District 9 Travel Report
Through the week ending November 30, 2019: The following traffic advisory includes road
construction and major maintenance projects requiring long-term lane
restrictions and/or closures along the state and federal highway system
in ODOT District 9. For statewide information regarding road conditions
affected by weather, construction, maintenance or accidents, visit ODOT
on the web at www.Ohgo.com
begun for a bridge replacement project on S.R. 125 at Georgetown. The bridge
is located between Old Infirmary Road and Hillcrest Drive, immediately west
of the village, and throughout construction, traffic will be maintained in a
minimum of one, 10-foot lane in each direction. The entire project is
scheduled to be completed in the fall of 2020. (#19-0138)
Work has begun for
a bridge replacement on S.R. 279 at Jackson Lake. S.R. 279 between T.R. 8
(Tommy Been Rd.) and W. Main St. in Oak Hill. Is reduced to one, 8.5’ lane.
This restriction will remain in effect throughout the winter. Traffic will be
maintained using a temporary traffic signal.
The project is scheduled to be completed in early spring. (#19-0463)
NOVEMBER 25: Lane restrictions are in effect on U.S. 52
between the Ashland, Ky. Twin Bridges and C.R. 15 (Lick Creek Road) for
median barrier wall construction; construction also includes blasting and
excavating rock from the hillside at various locations, paving and guardrail
installation. Traffic will be maintained in at least one lane each direction
throughout construction, with possible full closure of the route for interim,
short-term periods during blasting operations. The entire project is scheduled
to be completed in the summer of 2020. (#19-0253)
22 – NOVEMBER 26: S.R. 823 will be subject to single-lane
restrictions in either direction for pavement repair operations. Traffic will
be maintained in one, 12-foot lane in the north and southbound direction each
day as weather permits. Work will continue through this weekend (11/22 – 11/25).
Only one lane will be closed at a time. Closures may last up to 24 hours.