Location: State Route 315 at SR 750 in Southern Delaware County
Project History: Click here for project history.
The Latest: SR 750 will remain closed until June 20 to correct an unexpected issue with the wire baskets. Click here for more information.
Status of the Project: SR 315 reopened Tuesday, November 26 at 3 p.m.
As promised, SR 750 was open Thursday, May 22 just in time for the start of the Memorial Day holiday weekend and the Memorial Golf Tournament.
SR 750 closed again on June 2 to complete the project.
It's expected to be reopen June 20.
The posted detour is SR-257 to US-42 to US-23 to SR-315 or Sawmill Parkway to I-270 to SR-315.
Pictured below is what you'll see at the SR 315/750 intersection when the project is complete.
Current Riverbank Condition: The severity of the landslide within the project area varies from low to high, with the two most critical locations at the two bends in the river, north and south of SR750. The roadway is monitored biweekly by ODOT-Delaware County employees.
Adding Turn Lanes on SR 750 and SR 315: The slope stabilization project has always included adding left turn lanes in both directions on SR 750 in an effort to reduce congestion.
Now ODOT will also add left turn lanes in both directions on SR 315.
Funding: Funding has been identified for the slope stabilization and construction of the left turn lanes on SR 750 and SR 315.
Currently, the total construction cost is estimated at $4 million for the 2013 construction.
Construction Start Date: The project began in September 2013.
SR 750 west of the intersection: 16,250 vehicles/day
SR 750 east of the intersection: 18,460 vehicles/day
SR 315 north of the intersection: 8,450 vehicles/day
SR 315 south of the intersection: 17,860 vehicles/day