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State Route 8 in the Cities of Akron, Cuyahoga Falls & Macedonia
(Monday, August 13 – Saturday, August 18)
Beginning on Monday evening, August 13 and continuing through Saturday morning, August 18, SR 8 northbound and southbound will have various nightly lane restrictions at the following locations between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. for crack sealing operations:
• SR 8 northbound from just north of Tallmadge Rd. to the northern Akron Corporation limit
• SR 8 northbound between the southern Macedonia Corporation limit and I-271
• SR 8 southbound from SR 59 to just south of Tallmadge Rd.
• SR 8 southbound at the southern Macedonia Corporation limit.
 
Interstate 76 in the City of Akron
(Friday, August 10 – Saturday, August 11)
Beginning Friday, August 10, at 12 p.m. noon, the ramp from I-76 east to Innovation Way will be closed through Saturday, August 11, at 3 p.m. The detour will be I-76 east to the Brittain Rd. exit, to Englewood Ave. to Massillon Rd. to Triplett Blvd.
 
 
Interstate 76 in the City of Akron
(Monday, August 13 – Tuesday, August 14)
On Monday evening, August 13, at 7 p.m., the ramp from I-76 eastbound to SR 8 northbound will be closed through Tuesday morning, August 14, at 6 a.m. for pavement repairs. The detour will be I-76 eastbound to Kelly Ave. to I-76 westbound to SR 8.
 
 
Interstate 76 in the City of Akron
(Friday, August 10)
I-76 eastbound/southbound (Kenmore Leg) between I-277 and Kenmore Blvd. has daily lane restrictions through Friday evening, August 10, at 7 p.m.
 
 
Interstate 76 in the Cities of Norton and Barberton
(Friday, August 10 – Friday, August 17)
The ramp from SR 21 northbound to I-76 eastbound is CLOSED through Friday evening, August 17. The detour is SR 21 northbound to SR 261 westbound to SR 21 southbound to I-76 eastbound.
(Friday, August 10 – Monday, August 20)
The ramp from I-76 eastbound to SR 21 southbound is CLOSED through Monday evening, August 20. The detour is I-76 eastbound to SR 21 northbound to SR 261 to SR 21 southbound.
(Wednesday, August 22 – until further notice)
Beginning on Wednesday, August 22, the ramp from Cleveland Massillon Rd. to I-76 eastbound will be closed through early October. The detour will be Cleveland Massillon Rd. to SR 261 to Barber Rd.
(until further notice)
The following ramps are closed through late August for pavement reconstruction:
• The ramp from I-76 eastbound to Cleveland Massillon Rd. The detour is I-76 eastbound to Barber Rd. to I-76 westbound.
• The ramp from Barber Rd. to I-76 eastbound. The detour is Barber Rd. to Norton Rd. to Wooster Rd. to I-76 eastbound.
(until further notice)
The following restrictions and closure are in place through spring 2019 for the reconstruction of the Cleveland Massillon Rd. bridge over I-76:
• Cleveland Massillon Rd. over I-76 is reduced to one lane in each direction
• I-76 westbound to Cleveland Massillon Rd. is restricted to a right turn only for trucks. The truck detour is I-76 westbound to SR 21 south to I-76 eastbound to Cleveland Massillon Rd.
(until further notice)
The following traffic patterns are in place:
• SR 261 under I-76 and SR 21 under I-76 will have various nightly lane restrictions for roadway construction.
• Motorists traveling on I-76 eastbound from just west of SR 94 to SR 619/Wooster Rd. should be aware of a bi-directional traffic pattern. Although two lanes of traffic are maintained in each direction on I-76, eastbound traffic is split, with one lane of eastbound traffic crossed over onto I-76 westbound, while the second lane remains on I-76 eastbound. Motorists wishing to exit at Wooster Rd./SR 619, Barber Rd., State St., Cleveland Massillon Rd., SR 21 and SR 261 should remain in the right lane.
(until further notice)
I-76 between the Medina County line and Central Ave. has occasional nightly lane restrictions for pavement widening.
(until further notice)
SR 261 under I-76 and SR 21 under I-76 have various lane restrictions during non-peak travel times for roadway construction and bridge repairs. This work is part of an $80.4 million project to reconstruct the pavement on I-76 between the Medina County line and Central Ave. The project also includes the widening of I-76 between SR 21 and Central Ave. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by late July 2019.
 
 
 
***ONGOING***
 


(until further notice)
Olde Eight Rd. between Boston Mills Rd. and the northern Boston Heights Corporation limit has various daily lane restrictions for resurfacing. This $600,000 project to resurface Olde Eight Rd. is scheduled to be completed by late August 2018.
 
 
Interstate 76 & Main Street in the City of Akron
(until further notice)
The Main St. entrance ramp to I-76 eastbound is CLOSED through September 2018 for a bridge replacement. The southbound detour is E. Thornton St. to Grant St. to I-76.
(until further notice)
The following traffic pattern and ramp closures are in place through late October 2018:
• I-76 eastbound and westbound from just east of SR 59/Innerbelt to just east of I-77/SR 8/Central Interchange is reduced to two lanes in each direction, with all traffic crossed over onto on the westbound lanes of I-76.
• The ramp from Lakeshore Blvd. to I-76 eastbound is CLOSED. The detours are northbound Lakeshore Blvd. to W Thornton St. to E Grant St. or southbound Lakeshore Blvd. to Miller to Wolf Ledges to South to Grant.
• The ramp from I-76 eastbound to I-77 southbound is CLOSED. The detour is I-76/Kenmore Leg westbound to I-277 eastbound to I-77 southbound.
• The ramp from I-77 northbound to I-76 westbound is CLOSED through late August 2018 for roadway reconstruction. The detour is I-277 westbound to I-76/Kenmore Leg eastbound.
(until further notice)
The ramp from SR 8 southbound to I-76 westbound is CLOSED through late September 2019 for roadway reconstruction. The detour is I-77 southbound to I-277 westbound to I-76/Kenmore Leg eastbound.
(until further notice)
Main St. and Broadway St. between Miller Rd. and Bartges St. has various lane restrictions for roadway construction. This work is part of an $84 million project to reconstruct I-76/Main St. and Broadway St. interchange in the City of Akron. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by July 2020.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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“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.”