ODOT Begins State Route 104 Improvement Project
COLUMBUS (Thursday, April 24, 2014) – (NEW) The contractor will begin construction the week of April 28 on a five-mile stretch of State Route 104 on the south side of Franklin County.
The $7 million dollar project will resurface all lanes of SR 104 between Interstate 71 and US 33. Routine maintenance and repairs will also be made to the eight bridges within the five mile project limits.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Will SR 104 be closed?
A: NO, Traffic on SR 104 will be maintained during construction.
Q. Will lanes on SR 104 ever be closed?
A. Yes, the contractor is permitting to close one lane of SR 104 from 6 p.m. to 5 a.m. and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Q: Will any ramps be closed?
A: Yes, the ramp from I-71 north to SR 104 for 20 days. Not sure when the contractor will close that ramp but they have to provide prior notification.
Q: What’s the detour?
A: I-71 north to Greenlawn Ave. to I-71 south to SR 104?
Q: When the ramp closes can I still access SR 104?
A: Yes, only the ramp will be closed, but SR 104 will still be open.
Q: When is the project supposed to be complete?
A: Weather permitting, November of this year.