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 ***NEW***
 
Easthill St in City of North Canton
(Monday, June 25 – Thursday, June 28)
Beginning Monday, June 25, Easthill St. just east of S. Main St. will be closed through Thursday, June 28, for a culvert replacement. The detour will be S. Main St. to Schneider St. to SR 43. This work is the beginning of a $400,000 project to replace culverts on SR 43, SR 173, SR 183 and Easthill St. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by early October 2018.
 
State Route 43 in the City of North Canton and Plain Township
(Tuesday, June 26 – Tuesday, July 3)
Beginning on Tuesday, June 26, E. Maple St. at SR 43 will be closed through Tuesday, July 3 for pavement reconstruction. The detour will be Marquardt St. to Applegrove St. to SR 43.
(until further notice)
SR 43 between 55th St. and Easton St. has occasional lane restrictions for roadway widening. This work is part of a $14.3 million project to widen SR 43 between 55th St. and Applegrove St. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by late September 2018.
 
Interstate 77 in the City of Canton & Plain Township
(Friday, June 15)

The ramp from US 62 west to I-77 south is NOW OPEN.
(until further notice)
The ramp from I-77 southbound to SR 687/Fulton Rd. is closed through late July for widening. The detour is I-77 south to 13th St. to I-77 north.
This work is part of a $3.7 million project to widen and resurface the northbound and southbound ramps at the I-77 and SR 687/Fulton Rd. interchange. The entire project is scheduled to be complete by late October 2018.
 
 
 
State Route 619 in the Village of Hartville & Lake Township
(until further notice)
Kaufman Ave. at SR 619 is closed through mid-July for roadway reconstruction. The detour for motorists west of Kaufman Ave. will be Pontius Rd. to Mogadore Ave. to SR 619. The detour for motorists east of Kaufman Ave. will be Andrews St. to Market Ave. to SR 619.
(until further notice)
SR 619 between Hoover Ave. and Milan Ave. has various daily lane restrictions for roadway widening. This work is part of a $10 million project to widen SR 619 between Kaufman Ave. and Milan Ave. The project also includes the placement of roundabouts at the SR 619 and Kaufman Ave. and SR 619 and Kings Church Ave. intersections. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by late June 2020.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 ***ONGOING***

Dressler Rd. in the City of North Canton
(until further notice)
Dressler Rd. and Glenwood St. between Strip Ave. and Linwood Ave. has various daily lane restrictions for the installation of a pedestrian trail. This work is part of a $700,000 project to install a pedestrian and bicycle trail between Dressler Rd. to the North Canton YMCA. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by late June 2018.
 
US Route 30 & State Routes 43 & 172 in the City of Canton & Canton Township
(until further notice)
The following routes have various daily lane restrictions for microsurfacing:
·         US 30 from just west of SR 43 to the eastern Canton Corporation limit
·         SR 43 between Waynesburg Dr. to just west of US 30
·         SR 172 between Cole Ave. and US 30
This work is the beginning of a $1.3 million project to microsurface US 30, SR 43 and SR 172. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by early July 2018.
 
US Route 30 in Tuscarawas & Perry Townships and the City of Massillon
(until further notice)
US 30 between the Wayne County line and SR 297/Raff Rd. has various daily lane restrictions for drainage repairs. This work is part of a $1.1 million project to make drainage and bridge repair along US 30. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by late August 2018.
 
US Route 30 in Osnaburg Township
(until further notice)
US 30 from SR 44 to Mapleton St. has various daily lane restrictions for resurfacing. This $700,000 project is scheduled to be complete by late June 2018.
 
State Routes 44 & 171 in the Village of Waynesburg; Osnaburg & Sandy Townships
(until further notice)
The following routes have various daily lane restrictions for microsurfacing:
·         SR 44 between SR 43 and US 30.
·         SR 171 between SR 43 and the Carroll County line.
This work is part of a $700,000 microsurfacing project on State Routes 44 and 171. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by late July 2018.
 
US Route 62; State Route 93 & 172 in the City of Massillon; Village of Navarre; Perry, Lawrence, Sugar Creek & Tuscarawas Townships
(until further notice)
The following routes have various daily and nightly lane restrictions for pavement repairs and microsurfacing:
·         US 62 from the western Navarre Corporation limit to US 30
·         SR 93 between the northern Canal Fulton Corporation limit to the Summit County line.
·         SR 172 between the Wayne County line to the western Massillon Corporation limit and between the eastern Massillon Corporation limit to the western Canton Corporation limit.
This $1.7 million microsurfacing project is scheduled to be completed by late September 2018.
 
US Route 62 in Bethlehem and Sugarcreek Township
(until further notice)
US 62 between SR 21 and SR 93 has various lane restrictions for pavement repairs. This work is part of an $800,000 project to resurface US 62 between SR 93 and the western Navarre Corporation limit. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by August 2018.
 
Interstate 77 in Bethlehem, Pike & Canton Townships
(until further notice)
I-77 northbound and southbound between the Tuscarawas County line and Dueber Ave. will have various daily lane restrictions for guardrail repairs through late June.
 
Interstate 77 in the Cities of Canton & North Canton
(until further notice)
The following locations will have various nightly lane restrictions through mid-June for pavement repairs. 
·         I-77 northbound at Belden Village St.
·         I-77 northbound and southbound just north and south of US 62.
These restrictions will occur nightly between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m.
 
 
   
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