Work will continue thru this week on a culvert replacement about six miles
west of Coshocton. The road closed July 17, and will remain
closed for 16 days while crews are working.
715: The road will be restricted between US 36 and SR 206 in
Walhonding while crews perform tree canopy maintenance. Work will take
place 7:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Traffic will be maintained during the first
phase, but the second phase will require closures and more details will be
sent out when available. Crews will finish in Coshocton County and move
on to Knox County next week. A schedule will be released when it becomes
Crews will continue to perform a bridge replacement in Metham, between CR 24
and CR 49. The road closed July 21 and will remain closed until
approximately Oct. 15, weather permitting. The project is scheduled to
complete by Nov. 15.
Northbound traffic should follow SR 36 west to SR 206 north to US 62 east,
and reverse for southbound.
Single-lane restrictions will continue between SR 541 and US 62 for
resurfacing work. Crews will close one lane and traffic will be
maintained with flaggers. The work will take place 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
and is scheduled to be complete by Oct. 1, weather permitting.
Workers continue to repair a bridge east of Lancaster. One lane of traffic
will be closed and maintained with a signal.
37, SR 158 and US 22: Work will continue on a multi-route resurfacing project within
the City of Lancaster. The project’s estimated completion is the end of
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will be closing the road for maintenance of
the Senecaville Dam. Crews will work 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. daily from SR 313
to Fish Hatchery Rd (CR 470). The work will continue thru Monday, Aug.
25. Work will not take place on the weekends of Aug. 16-17 or 23-24.
Southbound traffic should follow SR 313 west to SR 285 south to SR 566 south,
back to SR 574, and
reverse for northbound.
Will remain closed for the replacement of two small bridges with precast
concrete box culverts. The first location is between Elm St. and Mare St. in
the Village of Cumberland and the second location is approximately 1 mile
further northeast, just beyond CR 19.
Will close for ten days just east of Salem Road for a
culvert replacement. Update: The next culvert replacement will take place just east of
Larue Rd. beginning Tuesday, August 19.
Eastbound traffic will be detoured onto SR 285 north to I-70 east to SR 513
south and back to SR 265. This project has been delayed. The schedule will be
updated when information is available.
and SR 265: Resurfacing work continues. Night work on I-70 is
complete. Limited day time closures will occur for remaining
work. Update: 265 paving is expected to begin August 20. Further updates
will be provided as a permanent schedule becomes available.
Resurfacing work continues and lane closures may be needed for short periods
of time, with traffic maintained by flaggers. Storm sewer installation work
continues in the Village of Quaker City.
Guardrail upgrades continue from I-77 to Harrison County. Traffic will
be maintained with flaggers as needed.
forces will be performing pavement repairs on SR 541 from Martinsburg
to the Coshocton County Line and on SR 586 from the Licking County
Line to Hopewell Road. One lane of traffic will remain open and
maintained with flaggers. Work will take place during daytime hours, 6:30 am
– 6:30 pm.
Resurfacing: Will continue on SR 13 from the end of the four-lane
section south of Zolman Rd. to Richland County line, on SR 95 from SR
95/ Salem Rd intersection to Richland County line, and SR 546 from SR
546/SR 13 intersection to the Richland County line. One lane of traffic will
remain open and maintained with flaggers. Work will take place 7:00 a.m.
- 6:00 p.m. Estimated completion is Sept. 30.
will continue on US 62 between the Licking County line and the Holmes
County line. One lane of traffic will remain open and maintained with
flaggers. Work will take place 7:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m. Estimated
completion is Oct. 15.
Evans Trail: Work will continue on constructing a new bikeway bridge in the
Village of Granville. The bridge will connect TJ Evans Trail to Raccoon
Valley Park. The estimated completion date for the project is May 31, 2015.
Trail Road: Will be closed over I-70 until mid-fall while crews repair the
bridge. Two lanes traffic on I-70 will be maintained during the
Christland Hill Rd to Lancer Rd to US 40 and reverse.
Road Intersection: Work will continue on a bridge replacement and improvement
project, without affecting traffic. Road closures will occur in the
spring of 2015. Estimated completion of the project is fall of 2015.
539 (Broadway/Granville-Newark Rd.): Will be restricted to one lane for resurfacing. Work will
take place between Beachwood Drive and Westwood Drive in the Village of
Granville. Crews will work 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. One lane of
traffic will be maintained with flaggers. The targeted completion date
is Oct. 31.
Crews are working to resurface the route between the Delaware County line and
I-70. The contractor is currently paving between US 40 and SR 16.
During the project, one lane will be closed and traffic will be maintained
with flaggers. Work will take place between 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
A bridge replacement project continues about two miles west of SR 79.
Westbound traffic has been shifted to its new lanes, and two lanes will be
maintained in each direction.
Work will continue between Dayton Road and the Muskingum County
line. Currently, traffic on SR 16 westbound is restricted to one
lane from SR 586 to just west of SR 146. Crews are also paving in both
of Newark: Signal upgrades will continue at the Dayton Rd./SR 16
intersection and the W. Main Street/30th Street
intersections. Traffic will be maintained with minimum lane closures
needed. Estimated completion is Sept. 30.
will continue on a paving project including both Licking and Fairfield
counties in the Buckeye Lake and Hebron area. Workers will be adjusting
manholes, valves and inlets to grade.
The road remains closed in both directions as bridge replacement work continues
approximately ¾ mile north of Adamsville. The road is expected to reopen in
early September, weather permitting.
Southbound traffic should follow 208 westward
toward Dresden, to SR 60 north, to SR 16 east to SR 83 south to SR 93 back to
SR 60, and reverse for northbound.
Just over a mile south of Duncan Falls, the road will remain closed for a
rock slope repair. Crews will remove rock and install steel mesh slope
protection to ensure the safety of drivers and prevent potential rock falls
from entering into the roadway. The road will remain closed until
mid-September, weather permitting.
Detour: Northbound traffic via SR 60 to SR 78 in McConnelsville, to SR 284 in
Bristol, to SR 146 in Chandlersville, back to SR 60 in Zanesville, and
reverse for southbound.
Work will continue to construct median cross-overs and pavement widening from
SR 93 to the Airport Road Interchange. This is in preparation to fill
underground mine voids located within the interstate right-of-way. All lanes
will be shifted away from the median while this first phase is being
completed. The contractor will be closing eastbound and westbound driving
(right-side) lanes during evening and nighttime hours to set barrier wall and
begin construction of temporary pavement along the westbound median
shoulder. Mine grouting operations are scheduled to begin beneath the
median, with equipment stationed in the eastbound passing lane and adjacent
Remains closed for a bridge replacement near Bateman Rd, about three miles
north of Zanesville.
Northbound traffic should follow SR 60 north out of Zanesville to SR 208 in
Dresden to SR 666, and reverse for southbound. Project is expected to be
complete by October.
SR 83: Crews continue to work on a
bridge repair at the US 40 and US 22 Intersection in New Concord. The bridge
is in Phase 2 of construction. Estimated completion is fall of 2014.
Southbound traffic via US 22 west to I-70 east, back to SR 83. Alternatively,
drivers can follow US 22 east to SR 723 south, to I-70 west. Reverse routes
will apply to northbound traffic.
district is painting edge lines on various routes in Perry County. Expect
rehabilitation, including concrete patching, concrete deck sealing, and
bearing repairs will be performed on 16 structures, at various locations in
Coshocton, Guernsey, Knox, Licking and Muskingum Counties.
Drivers can expect to see crews throughout the entire district
marking pavement. The workers will work either as a moving operation or
close one lane of a four way highway as needed. Work will start in
Muskingum county and continue until May 2015 as part of a safety project to
improve visibility of pavement markers to drivers.
Various bridge repairs will continue this summer throughout
Fairfield and Licking County. Workers are currently resurfacing bridges
and any lane closures will take place at night.
Guardrail repair will be taking place this summer and into April
2015. Crews may close lanes and use flaggers to maintain traffic for short
periods of time as needed.
Various traffic signal upgrades are being performed throughout
the district. Workers are installing new poles, cables, signal heads and
up-to-date controller equipment.
For additional information, please
Ericka Pfeifer, Public Information Officer at (740) 323-5204,
or email D05.PIO@dot.state.oh.us