State Route 25 in Wood County
BOWLING GREEN (Thursday,
October 5, 2017) - The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) District
Two announces the following update to the SR 25 diverging diamond interchange
project in Wood County. Updates are highlighted in bold and underlined:
State Route 25:
Diverging Diamond Interchange
Wood County (8029-16): Through October, overnight
from 7pm until 6am, single lane restrictions are possible on I-475, between the
I-75/475 interchange and Fort Meigs Road, for diverging diamond interchange
The diverging diamond
interchange traffic pattern is in effect. *Motorists are advised of
changing traffic patterns.*
October 9, the ramp from northbound I-475 to SR 25 (Exit 2), will be
closed for ramp construction. Detour: northbound I-475; westbound US 24 (Exit
4B); southbound I-475; SR 25 (Exit 2).
Sunday, October 22, from 6am until 6pm, SR 25 over I-475, will be closed for
paving. All ramps will remain open. Northbound detour: southbound I-475;
northbound I-75; US 20 (Exit 193); southbound I-75; northbound I-475; SR 25
(Exit 2). Southbound detour: northbound I-475; US 24 (Exit 4B); southbound
I-475; SR 25 (Exit 2).
SR 25, between Eckel Junction Road and Jefferson Street, will be reduced to one
lane in each direction for diverging diamond interchange work.
Project complete: October. All work is weather permitting.