Interstate 75 Pavement Rehabilitation Project
BOWLING GREEN (Wednesday, August 03, 2016) - The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) District Two announces the following update to the I-75 pavement rehabilitation project in Lucas County. Updates are highlighted in bold and underlined:
Interstate 75: Pavement Rehabilitation
Lucas County (268-14): Effective Thursday, August 4 at 10pm, through Friday, August 5 at 6am, traffic will be switched to the right two lanes on southbound I-75, between the I-75/475 split in Toledo to the Anthony Wayne Trail. Motorists are advised of changing traffic patterns in this work zone.
Through August, I-75, from the I-75/475 split in Toledo to the Anthony Wayne Trail, is reduced to two lanes. Overnight, 10pm through 6am, single lane restrictions are possible in this work zone. Through October, Oakwood Avenue, between Wells Street and Grove Place, is closed for bridge work. Seek alternate route.
Ramps restrictions and closures:
· Effective Thursday, August 4 at 10pm, though Friday, August 5 at 4am, the ramp from eastbound I-475 to southbound I-75 may be closed for pavement striping. Detour: northbound I-75; Stickney Avenue (Exit 207); North Expressway Drive.
· Effective Thursday, August 4 at 10pm, through Friday, August 5 at 4am, the ramp from southbound I-75 to Washington Street (Exit 202A) may be closed for pavement striping. Detour: Collingwood Boulevard (Exit 202B); Dorr Street; Washington Street.
· Through August, the interchange ramp from eastbound I-475 to southbound I-75 is reduced to one lane.
· Through August, the interchange ramp from northbound I-75 to westbound I-475 is reduced to one lane.
· Through August, the ramp from Detroit Avenue to southbound I-75 is closed. Detour: Monroe Street; Michigan Avenue; SR 25.
· Through August, the ramp from Detroit Avenue to northbound I-75 is closed. Detour: Monroe Street; 14th Street.
· Through September, the ramp from northbound I-75 to Bancroft Street (Exit 203A) is closed. Detour: Detroit Avenue (Exit 203B); Monroe Street.
Project complete: August. All work is weather permitting.
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 this project 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.