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Crews prepare to begin construction of a new Innerbelt Bridge which will eventually carry westbound traffic. Beginning on Tuesday, March 1, crews will permanently close University Road between W. 14th Street and the Norfolk Southern Railroad tracks along the west bank of the Cuyahoga River in Cleveland’s Tremont neighborhood. University Road will be closed permanently just west of W. 14th Street and a cul-de-sac will be constructed just west of the railroad tracks. Those motorists wishing to travel to the Tremont neighborhood will be rerouted via Scranton Road and Fairfield Avenue. This closure coincides with the beginning of demolition of the Cleveland Cold Storage building. Click here for more information. Tentative completion date: fall 2013.

**Crews on behalf of the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District work to relocate an existing interceptor sewer in Cleveland’s Tremont neighborhood. Both Abbey Ave. between W. 12th St. and W. 13th St. and W. 11th St. between University Rd. and Abbey Ave. are closed to vehicular traffic until the summer of 2011. In addition, W. 14th St., just south of Fairfield Ave., is restricted until mid-May 2011. For more information, please contact NEORSD at 216.881.6600.

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