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Summit County
Weekly Traffic Advisory
 
***NEW***
 
      
Various Routes in Summit County
(Monday, March 27 – until further notice)
Beginning Monday, March 27, the following routes will have various lane restrictions for microsurfacing:
·       US 224 from just east of I-77 to just east of Kelly Ave. and from just east of Hilbish Ave. to just east of Shanafelt Ave.,
·       SR 91 from just south of High Grove Blvd., to just north of Rhoadesdale Ave.,
·       SR 93 from just south of State Rd. to just north of Linda Dr.
·       SR 241 from just south of Beryl Rd. to Oakes Dr.
This work is the beginning of a $1.3 million project to microsurface various routes throughout Summit County. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by late July 2017.
 
State Route 8 in the City of Cuyahoga Falls
(Monday, April 3 – until further notice)
Beginning Monday evening, April 3, SR 8 between Howe Ave. and Graham Rd. will have various nightly lane restrictions for resurfacing. These restrictions will occur between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. This work is the beginning of a $4.6 million project to resurface SR 8 between Howe Rd. and Graham Rd., SR 303 from east of Chittenden Rd. to Olde 8 and on SR 261 from just west of SR 8 to N. Main St. The project also includes miscellaneous bridge repairs. The entire project is scheduled to be complete by October 2017.
 
State Route 18 in Bath & Copley Townships
(until further notice)
SR 18/Medina Rd. between I-77 and Hametown Rd. has occasional lane restrictions for roadway construction. This work is part of a $7.7 million project to widen SR 18/Medina Rd. between Hametown Rd. and I-77 and to resurface SR 18/E. Market St. between I-77 and the western Akron Corporation limit. The entire project is scheduled to be completed late June 2017.
 
Interstate 76 & Main Street in the City of Akron
(Friday, March 24 – Wednesday, March 31)
I-76 under Wolf Ledges Pkwy has various nightly lane restrictions and brief periods of stopped traffic lasting no longer than 15 minutes for bridge beam placement through late March. These restrictions will occur between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. and will continue through Friday, March 31.
(until further notice)
The ramps from South St. to I-76 eastbound are permanently closed. The detour is Broadway St. to Thornton St. to Grant St. to E. Exchange St. to Spicer St. to Carroll St. to Goodkirk St. to SR 8 south to I-76 east.
(until further notice)
E. Bartges St. between High St. and Broadway St. is closed through September 2017 for roadway construction. The detours are:
  • Eastbound W. Bartges St.: Main St. to E. Exchange St.
  • From S. Broadway St.: E. Exchange St. to S. Main St. to Bartges St.
(until further notice)
Wolf Ledges Parkway over I-76 is closed through early summer 2017 for a bridge replacement. The detour is Wolf Ledges Parkway to Crosier St. to Grant St. to Thornton St.
(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.
 
Interstate 271 in Richfield Township and the Village of Richfield
(Saturday, March 25)
On Saturday, March 25, I-271 at I-77 will have various lane restrictions between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. for bridge painting.
(Monday, April 3 – until further notice)
Beginning Monday, April 3, I-77 under I-271 will have various nightly lane restrictions for bridge painting. These restrictions will occur between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m.
(until further notice)
I-271 between the Medina County line and I-77 will have various lane restrictions during non-peak hours for bridge painting. This work is the beginning of a $1.9 million project to make bridge repairs to the Medina Line Rd., Southern Rd. and Everett Rd. bridges over I-271.
 
Interstate 271 in Northfield Center Township
(Monday, March 27 – until further notice)
Beginning Monday, March 27, I-271 southbound one mile south of SR 8 will have various daily lane restrictions for a slope repair. This work is part of a $1.8 million project to repair the slope on the southbound side of I-271 just north of Brandywine Rd. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by June 2017.
 
***ONGOING***
 
State Route 21 in Copley Township
(until further notice)
SR 21 southbound just north of Minor Rd. will have various daily lane restrictions for bridge repairs. This work is part of a $7.2 million project to resurface SR 21 from the northern Norton Corporation limit to I-77 and I- between SR 21 and Cleveland Massillon Rd. This project also includes minor bridge repairs. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by late September 2017.
 
Interstate 76 in the Cities of Norton and Barberton
(until further notice)
I-76 between the Medina County line and Central Ave. has occasional nightly lane restrictions through May 2017 for pavement 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.
Interstate 76 in the City of Akron
(until further notice)
I-76 eastbound and westbound between Main St. and the Central Interchange has occasional nightly lane restrictions between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. for roadway construction. This work is part of a $15.6 million project to remove three bridge on I-76/I-77 over Johnston St. The project also includes the relocation of Johnston St. between Spicer St. and Brown St. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by late July 2017.
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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.”