Possible roads closed in Ohio:
(more info from ODOT
until Sep 30. Chip and seal project on S.R. 380 from just north of U.S. 35 to the Clinton county line.
until Oct 31, 2025. U.S. 35-Valley/Trebein project.
Additional overnight restrictions are scheduled to be in place on U.S. Route 35 at the N. Valley/Trebein Road intersection next week for equipment operations.
Weather permitting, short-term (15-minute) closures will be in effect on westbound U.S. 35 during the early morning hours Tuesday through Friday, June 13-16. Between 4 and 5 a.m. each morning, U.S. 35 West will be closed intermittently at various intervals while crews from Eagle Bridge move equipment between the median and the north side of U.S. 35.
In addition to these restrictions on westbound U.S. 35, crews for AES Corporation will be pulling utility wire across U.S. 35 at Trebein Road during the overnight hours one night next week as well.
Beginning at 11 p.m. Wednesday, June 14, short-term full closures will be in place on U.S. 35 in either direction until 5 a.m. Thursday, June 15, and traffic will be maintained with law enforcement officers during this time.
Barrier wall eliminates left turns from U.S. 35 West to southbound Valley Road. Motorists wanting to turn onto Valley Road will continue west on U.S. 35 and make a U-turn at the signalized loon past Orchard Lane and continue east on U.S. 35 to turn right on Valley Road.
The U.S. 35-Valley/Trebein project will upgrade 1.28 miles of U.S. 35 to a limited-access facility by replacing the existing intersection with an interchange and overpass of Valley/Trebein over U.S. 35. The project includes bridge construction, retaining wall construction, and upgrades to Valley and Trebein roads at the intersection.
The Eagle Bridge Company was awarded a contract to build the interchange and complete other roadway improvements, and all work is scheduled to be completed in October 2025.
For more information about the project, visit US 35-Valley/Trebein Interchange, and for information regarding ongoing traffic, construction and weather-related information across the state, please visit www.OHGO.com
Near Shawnee Hills
until Oct 31. Replace and widen the concrete slab bridges on Interstate 71 over Anderson Fork and Grassy Run.
Single-lane closures will be in effect in both directions from 8 p.m. each night to 9 a.m. the following day, Sunday, June 4, through Friday, June 23.
Shelly & Sands, Inc., has been contracted to replace the bridges over Anderson Fork and Grassy Fork, located between the S.R. 134 overpass and the Greene County line. A contract for $10.35 million was awarded to complete the project, and all work is scheduled to be completed in the fall of 2023.
until Jul 1. Repair two bridges and resurface state Route 72 in Greene County.
The entire project calls for concrete patching, bridge railing upgrades and repairs, and asphalt deck overlays on the two bridges over the Little Miami River, as well as pavement repairs and resurfacing S.R. 72 from just north of Turnbull Road at Cedarville to the Clark County line.
Barrett Paving Material, Inc. was awarded a contract for approximately $2.96 million to complete the project, and all work is scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2023.
until Jul 31. Expect nightly lane closures on I-675 in each direction between Indian Ripple Road and Wilmington Pike from Sunday, May 21 to Monday, July 31. Crews will be repairing the pavement from 9 p.m. to 5:30 a.m.
until Aug 31. An intersection improvement and urban paving project on U.S. Route 22 (Rombach Avenue) in Wilmington.
On Thursday, June 3, contractors for the Ohio Department of Transportation started construction of a two-part project that will rehabilitation and improve Rombach Avenue between Eastside Drive and the Wilmington corporation limit near the S.R. 73 interchange.
The entire project, which is outlined over two parts, includes constructing a loon at Progress Way; improving the radius at Lowe's Drive; improving the signalization at Walmart Drive; reconstructing degraded portions of curb, walk, drainage structures and pavement; constructing approximately 4,800 feet of a shared-use path; and resurfacing nearly three miles of Rombach Avenue between Eastside Drive and the Wilmington corporation limit.
During the first phase of the project, crews' efforts will be directed toward the storm sewer, water and sanitary lines, as well as pavement repairs and curb, sidewalk, and intersection work at Lowes Drive and Progress Way.
The right lanes of Rombach Avenue will be closed in both directions through the work zone, and traffic will be maintained in one, 11-foot lane in each direction, and a two-way left-turn will also be maintained.
The John R. Jurgensen Company was awarded a contract for approximately $9.3 million to complete the project, and all work is scheduled to be completed in late summer of 2023.
until Jul 30. Rehab. bridge on S.R. 380 over Buck Run.