Possible roads closed in Kentucky:
(more info from KYTC
. Work Zone Construction Activities. I-75 RAMP to KY 8. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) today announced the updated schedule for several temporary ramp closures that will be put into place for the Texas Turnaround project. On Monday, April 11, at approximately 9 p.m., weather permitting, the entrance ramp to I-71/75 northbound from Pike St. will be closed for 180 days. A detour route will be put into place and marked with signage. Traffic will be directed to follow Bullock St. to I-71/75 southbound to Kyles Ln., and then reenter I-71/75 northbound. Also, on Monday, April 11, at approximately 9 p.m., weather permitting, the exit ramp from I-71/75 northbound to 5th St. will be closed for 180 days. A detour route will be put into place and marked with signage. Traffic will be directed to use the 12th St. exit from I-71/75 northbound to Simon Kenton Way to Pike St. to Main St. to 5th St. KYTC also noted that access to the entrance ramp to I-71/75 northbound from 4th St. will not immediately be impacted, and is not anticipated to close until closer to project completion, which is expected by the end of the year. Texas Turnaround project information and updates can be found at DrivingNKYProgress.org.
. Work Zone Construction Activities. I-75 NC. U.S. 42 Bridge (13.9 mile-marker) over I-71/75 (180 mile-marker) ? A project is in progress that will add a new westbound lane and pedestrian sidewalk will begin. A project is in progress that will add a new westbound lane and pedestrian sidewalk will begin. The traffic pattern for the first phase of work has been set One lane in each direction on I-71/75 is closed within the project area, specifically: The far left lane of travel on I-71/75 northbound is closed for approximately one-quarter mile at the US 42 interchange, and The far-right lane of travel on I-71/75 southbound is closed for approximately one-quarter mile at the US 42 interchange. In addition, both shoulders in both directions are closed within the project area. Also, traffic on US 42 westbound is shifted to the north while crews work on widening the south side of the roadway. No permanent lane closures on US 42 are anticipated while this work takes place. This travel pattern is expected to remain in place through late August. Motorists should watch for lane closures, crews, and equipment in the work zone.
Possible roads closed in Ohio:
(more info from ODOT
until Sep 2. Districtwide bridge repair project.
The project includes rehabilitating the bridges over Eggleston Avenue and Culvert Street by repairing the substructure, painting steel girders and replacing expansion joints.
The Eagle Bridge Company was awarded a contract for approximately $2.27 million to complete the project, and all work is scheduled to be completed by early summer of 2022.
Near Kings Mills
until Jun 10. Grandin Road, between the Little Miami Scenic Trail and Striker Road, will remain closed to through traffic until Friday, June 10, weather permitting. The extension of the closure is to allow Duke Energy Gas additional time to safely relocate their transmission main ahead of the King Avenue Bridge Replacement Project Improvements. It is anticipated that daytime lane closures, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., will follow the closure for approximately two weeks, in order to complete all gas relocation work along Grandin Road. Access to the Peter¿s Cartridge Factory and to Cartridge Brewing will be maintained at all times from King Avenue or from Grandin Road.
The detour for the closure will utilize King Avenue, Columbia Road, Mason-Morrow-Millgrove Road, and SR 48.
until Nov 30. Butler County Engineers Office - reconfigure the interchange of S.R. 129 at Liberty Way and I-75. The two-season project involves the extension of S.R. 129 east to a roundabout at Cox Road, north of Liberty Way.
Existing ramp connections will also be reconfigured along with the construction of a new bridge. Additional ramp paving has been included in this project.
Crews will start on the west side of the roundabout installation on Cox Road, which will remain open to The Christ Hospital. Bridge and westbound S.R. 129 and northbound I-75 on-ramp work will also occur in that vicinity with minimal construction on S.R. 129 itself. Traffic will be maintained for most of the construction period, especially in the early phases.
Sunesis Construction, which submitted the low bid of $24,516,510, will perform the S.R. 129/Liberty Way/I-75 Interchange Modification project. The project is tentatively scheduled to be completed in November 2022.
Near The Village of Indian Hill
until Aug 31. Install fiber optic cable and CCTV cameras at multiple locations along the corridor in Hamilton and Clermont counties.
Over the course of the next few months, contractors for the Ohio Department of Transportation will be installing single-mode fiber optic cable and CCTV cameras at various sites between the I-74 and U.S. 27 interchanges; between the U.S. 22/Montgomery Road and S.R. 28 interchanges; and between the S.R. 32 and U.S. 52 interchanges.
Traffic will be maintained through the various work zones; however, motorists are reminded of the need for additional caution in the affected areas.
Bansal Construction, Inc. was awarded the $3.5 million contract, and all work is scheduled to be complete in early summer 2022.
until Aug 31. Slide repair project on state Route 126 at the city of Reading corporation limit.
Work on a slide repair project on state Route 126 at the city of Reading corporation limit requires daily lane restrictions in place on the route.
Contractors for the Ohio Department of Transportation have begun daily lane closures on S.R. 126, just east of the Ridge Road/Columbia Avenue interchange, to mobilize equipment onto the project site.
Traffic will be maintained in the work zone.
Sunesis Construction Co. was awarded a contract for $461,000 to repair the slide and perform related culvert outlet work, and all work is scheduled to be completed by late fall of 2022.
Near Sixteen Mile Stand
until Jun 1, 2023. Restrictions will be in place on Fields-Ertel Road two nights this week as part of the interchange expansion project at Mason-Montgomery Road and southbound Interstate 71 in Warren County.
On Wednesday and Thursday, May 18 and 19, contractors for the Ohio Department of Transportation will close Fields-Ertel Road under I-71 to place formwork for the new structure that is being built as part of the project.
The closure will go into effect at 11 p.m. each night, and the route will be reopened at 5 a.m. the following day. While Fields-Ertel is closed, motorists will be detoured via Escort Drive and Mason-Montgomery Road.
Along with a new bridge over Fields-Ertel, the total project includes construction of an entrance ramp from Mason-Montgomery Road to I-71 South; a new southbound turn lane on Mason-Montgomery from Escort Drive to the ramp; and an entrance taper on I-71 South, between the Fields-Ertel Road bridge and the existing ramp from Fields-Ertel.
The Eagle Bridge Company was awarded a contract for approximately $4.7 million to undertake the project, and all work is scheduled to be completed by late spring of 2023.
until May 30, 2025. Interstate 75/Thru the Valley mega project.
As part of the Interstate 75/Thru the Valley project, the following overnight lane and ramp closures will be in effect on Interstate 75 and at the Sharon Road exit this week.
On Monday, May 23, the ramp from Sharon Road to I-75 South will be closed between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. Tuesday, May 24. Then, on the following night, the ramp from Sharon to I-75 North will be closed from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Wednesday, May 25.
In addition to the ramp closures, single-lane closures will be in effect in either direction from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. each night.
Motorists are reminded of the need for additional caution in the affected areas. All work will be contingent upon the weather.
until Oct 31. Operations have resumed for a safety and interchange improvement project on U.S. Route 42 (Lebanon Road) at Interstate 275 in Sharonville, and restrictions will be imparted as part of the next phase of construction.
On Friday, April 1, Hauck Road was closed for up to 90 days while contractors for the Ohio Department of Transportation replace a culvert and conduct roadway improvements at the railroad crossing near the Reading Road intersection.
The project, which began last year, has been rolled out in two parts, with Part 1 calling for he addition of a dedicated right thru-lane on southbound U.S. 42 at Hauck Road and ramp improvements at the I-275 interchange.
Part 2 includes widening Hauck Road to three lanes to add a center, two-way, left-turn lane, as well as curb and gutter installation; culvert replacement; railroad crossing improvements; storm sewer system replacement; and sidewalk construction on the north side of Hauck Road.
It is during Part 2 construction that Hauck Road will be closed, and while it is closed, motorists will be detoured by way of Reading Road, Kemper Road and U.S. 42 (Lebanon Road).
Complete General Construction Co. was awarded a contract for approximately $8.9 million to complete the project, and all work is scheduled to be completed in early fall of 2022.