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New traffic pattern scheduled to accommodate Waldvogel demolition
Hamilton County (Friday, Nov. 9, 2012) –As work continues on the U.S. 50/Sixth Street Expressway, the following traffic patterns will be put in place next week to permit demolition operations of the Waldvogel Viaduct to begin.
The westbound Elberon ramp is closed at the new temporary signal on US 50.River Road with westbound Elberon traffic detoured to westbound US 50/River Road to northbound State Avenue to westbound Elberon Road.  Eastbound and westbound River Road are on flashing yellow, and the eastbound Elberon ramp is on flashing red.
·         One lane of east and westbound River Road traffic will be moved from temporary pavement to the first (south) half of the new, permanent River Road pavement.
·         Southbound State Avenue to eastbound US 50/River Road will not be permitted; southbound State Ave. to westbound US 50/River Road will be permitted.
·         Eastbound US 50/River Road to northbound State Avenue will not be permitted; westbound US 50/River Road to northbound State Ave. will be permitted.
·         Eastbound and westbound Elberon Avenue will have access to US 50/River Road only by way of the new Elberon ramp.
·         The new traffic signal at the intersection of US 50/River Road and the new Elberon ramp will become operational.
·         Maryland local traffic will have access to and from State Avenue; access to westbound Elberon Avenue from Maryland will not be permitted.
       •      Access from eastbound Elberon and Warsaw avenues to State Avenue will not be permitted.
·         Westbound US 50/River Road to Warsaw Avenue will be closed.
·         The existing closure of eastbound Warsaw Avenue to US 50/River Road will continue.
·         Evans St. will be closed at US 50/River Road; local traffic will have access to Evans from Gest St.
·         Access to US 50/River Road from Burns, Neave and Church Streets will be closed permanently.
Arrow boards and signs will be in place prior to the work zone to alert motorists of the upcoming lane closures, and all detour signage will be posted in Lower Price Hill. Work is weather dependent.
To help ensure the safety of the construction workers as well as the traveling public, motorists should remain alert, reduce their speed and watch for stopped traffic while passing through the work zone.