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Mahoning County

Weekly Traffic Advisory

 

***NEW***

 

US Route 62 & US 422 in the City of Youngstown
(Friday, September 26)
The following lane restrictions and ramp closures will be re-opened by 5 p.m. today, Friday, September 26:
  • The US 422 bridge over US 62/SR 7.
  • US 62 northbound ramp to US 422 westbound.
  • US 422 eastbound to US 62 northbound.
(Monday, September 29 – Friday, October 3)
Beginning Monday, September 29 and continuing through Friday, October 3, the US 422 bridge over US 62/SR 7 will have various daily lane restrictions for striping. This work is part of a $1.7 million project to re-deck the US 422 ramp over US 62/SR 7. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by early October 2014.
 
Interstate 680 & US Route 224 in the Village of Poland and Boardman Township
(until further notice)
US 224 between I-680 and Tiffany Blvd. is reduced to one lane in each direction through early October for resurfacing. Motorists should expect delays in this area. This work is part of a $5.4 million project to widen the US 224 bridge over I-680 and improve the I-680/US 224 interchange. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by late October 2014.
 
***ONGOING***
 
Robinson Rd., Warhurst Rd. & Tenney Ave. in the City of Campbell
(until further notice)
The following routes have various daily lane restrictions for resurfacing:
  • Robinson Rd. between Wilson Ave. and Struthers Coitsville Rd.
  • Warhurst Rd. between SR 289 and Tenney Ave.
  • Tenney Ave. between Warhurst Rd. and Struthers Liberty Rd.
This work is part of a $1 million project to resurface Robinson Rd., Warhurst Rd. and Tenney Ave. in the City of Campbell. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by late October 2014.
 
US Route 62 in the City of Youngstown
 (until further notice)
The following lane restrictions and ramp closure are currently in place.
  • The entrance ramp from Himrod Ave. to US 62 westbound is closed through July 2015 for bridge construction. The detour is Lane Ave. to Rayen Ave. to Albert St.
  • The US 62 bridge between South Ave. and Himrod Ave., over the Mahoning River, Poland Ave., Cedar St., and the railroad is reduced to one lane in each direction for bridge repairs.
This work is part of a $17 million project to make repairs to the US 62 bridge over the Mahoning River, Poland Ave., Cedar St., and the railroad. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by June 2016.
 
Interstates 76 & 80 in Jackson and Austintown Townships
(until further notice)
The following locations have various daily lane restrictions between 6 p.m. and 3 p.m. for pavement striping.
  • I-76 between SR 534 and the Ohio Turnpike
  • I-80 between I-76 and SR 46.
This work is part of a $1.1 project to make pavement repairs to portions of I-76 and I-80 between SR 534 and SR 46. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by early October 2014.
 
US 224 and SR 534  in Berlin and Milton Townships
(until further notice)
US 224 between the Portage County line and SR 534 and SR 534 between US 224 and the Trumbull County line has various daily lane restrictions for resurfacing. This work is part of a $3 million project to resurface US 224 and SR 534 in Mahoning, Portage & Trumbull Counties. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by mid-October 2014.
 
State Route 289 in the City of Campbell

 

(until further notice)
SR 289 between Palmer Ave and the eastern corporation limit in the City of Campbell is reduced to one lane of traffic maintained by a traffic signal for utility work. This work is part of a $1.8 million project to make drainage repairs and resurface SR 289 throughout the City of Campbell. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by late October 2014.
 
Interstate 680 in Boardman and Beaver Townships
(until further notice)
I-680 northbound and southbound between US 224 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike is reduced to one lane in each direction for roadway construction. This work is part of a $8.9 million project to replace the Western Reserve Rd. bridge over I-680 and resurface I-680 from US 224 to the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The entire project is scheduled to be completed in October 2015.