Beginning Monday, July
10, crews working on Section 2 of the Opportunity Corridor Project will be
closing parts of East 105th Street, Quebec Avenue and East 93rd Street as
bridge reconstruction work continues and work begins on the new roadway.
The locations, closure duration and detours are as follows:
- East 105th Street between Quincy Avenue and Norman
Avenue will close for
approximately 400 days in order to perform bridge demolition and
reconstruction work. Motorists and pedestrians will be detoured
via Cedar Avenue and East 93rd Street.
- Quebec Avenue between East 103rd and East 105th streets
will close for approximately 400 days in order to perform roadway realignment work.
Motorists and pedestrians will be detoured via Cedar Avenue and East 93rd
- East 93rd Street between Quincy Avenue and Woodland
Avenue for approximately 120 days in order to perform roadway reconstruction and utility
work. Motorists and pedestrians will be detoured via Quincy Avenue,
Woodhill Road and Woodland Avenue.
Weather permitting, on
Monday, July 10 crews will reopen Quincy Avenue between Woodhill Road and East
100th Street to bi-directional traffic. In the mean time everyone is still detoured.
Restrictions Begin July 5|
Just a reminder that beginning Wednesday, July 5, crews working on Section 1 of
the Opportunity Corridor Project will be implementing a new traffic pattern at
the intersection of Chester Avenue and East 105th Street. Work at the
intersection is expected to take approximately six weeks. Get more details and
see a map here.
Exercise caution in work zones. For statewide construction info visit Ohgo.com.
Motorists are encouraged to ride RTA or find “A Smarter Way” to commute with GohioCommute.
The environmental review, consultation, and other actions required by applicable Federal environmental laws for this project are being, or have been, carried out by ODOT pursuant to 23 U.S.C. 327 and a Memorandum of Understanding dated December 11, 2015, and executed by FHWA and ODOT.