Interstate 75 traffic shift this weekend, ramp and local road closures begin
Traffic shift beginning earlier Friday evening to allow critical work to be completed before Saturday's expected rain. New start time 6pm.
Friday, March 8 at 6pm - Monday, March 11 at 6am
- I-75 reduced to one lane in each direction for traffic pattern change
Monday, March 11 at 6am
- Two lanes bi-directional traffic maintained on southbound I-75, separated by barrier wall (graphic below)
Friday, March 8 at 6pm
- Ramp from South Ave to northbound I-75 closed for 60 days
Detour: South Ave.; Southbound I-75; Miami St.; Northbound I-75
- Ramp from Northbound I-75 to Collingwood Blvd (Exit 201A) closed through November
Detour: Northbound I-75; SR 25/Downtown; Erie St
- Ramp from Collingwood Blvd to southbound I-75 through summer 2020
Detour: Collingwood Blvd.; Erie St.; Washington St.; SR 25; Southbound I-75
- Local roads under I-75 may be reduced to one lane in each direction or closed
About the I-75 Downtown/DiSalle bridge project:
What is being done?
- Widen and reconstruct I-75, from Buck Rd. to Dorr St., to current standards, including reducing the curve between Wales Rd. & Miami St.
- Reconfigure I-75 interchanges with Anthony Wayne Trail, South Avenue, and Miami Street to enhance safety
- Replace I-75 (DiSalle Bridge) over the Maumee River
Dorr Street to South Avenue:
4-year project beginning summer 2018
Approximately $158.6 million
South Avenue to Glenwood Road:
5-year project beginning spring 2019
Approximately $135 million
Project information, maps showing traffic impacts, fact sheet, and more can be found at: https://goo.gl/vCFS7S
ODOT contact information:
Know Before You Go!
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The Ohio Department of Transportation maintains the state's largest man-made asset - the transportation system. ODOT's mission is to provide the safe and easy movement of people and goods from place to place. As a $2.8 billion per year enterprise, ODOT invests the bulk of its resources in system preservation through maintenance, construction and snow and ice operations.
The environmental review, consultation and other actions required by applicable Federal environmental laws for these projects are being, or have been, carried out by ODOT pursuant to 23 U.S.C. 327 and a Memorandum of Understanding dated December 11, 2015, and executed by FHWA and ODOT.