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Innerbelt Update: Canal Rd to close Mon/Tues daytime & work moves into Cuyahoga River
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Flats Impacts: Canal Road will close under I-90 on Monday and Tuesday
, February 22 and 23 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day as crews install decking and overhang lumber. Detours will be posted.
The Tugboat “John Francis” will move the barge housing the crane to and from the work area. The tug is 75 feet long while the barge is
Steel soon going up over the Cuyahoga River!
Construction of the second new GVV Bridge is about to move into the Cuyahoga River. A crane will be stationed on a barge and will move into position on a daily basis requiring only temporary shutdowns of the river.
Crews will work around commercial traffic, but recreational water craft will not be permitted to pass through during work hours.
Steel erection is currently scheduled to take place beginning late February/early March thru mid-May.
Are you a boater with questions?!
Dial the project hotline at 216.344.0069 or email
Exercise caution in work zones. For statewide construction info visit
. Motorists are encouraged to ride
or carpool through
. For more info, log-on to
The Ohio Department of Transportation
, 1980 West Broad Street, Columbus Ohio 43223
Mike DeWine, Governor
Jack Marchbanks, Ph.D., ODOT Director