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The Cleveland Innerbelt Modernization Plan is focused on improving safety, reducing congestion and traffic delays, and modernizing interstate travel along I-71, I-77 and I-90 through Downtown Cleveland. This investment by the State of Ohio will rehabilitate and reconstruct about five miles of interstate roadways - including construction of two, new bridges to carry I-90 traffic - and address operational, design, safety and access shortcomings that severely impact the ability of the Innerbelt Freeway system to meet the transportation needs of Northeast Ohio.
 

 CCG6B - Broadway Avenue

 

I-490 west ramp to I-77 south to closed

The I-490 west ramp to I-77 south closed on July 10 for approximately 60 days in order to complete work to rebuild and realign the I-490 west ramp to I-77 south. Motorists will be detoured via I-490 west to SR 176 south to I-480 east to I-77.

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Broadway Avenue entrance ramp to I-77 south to closed
Broadway Avenue (SR 14) entrance ramp to I-77 south closed on June 12 in order to build a new frontage road along the west side of I-77. The new frontage road will run parallel to I-77 and connect Broadway Avenue and Pershing Avenue where traffic will then be able to enter I-77 southbound. 

Construction of the new frontage road is expected to take approximately 6 months. During that time, Broadway Avenue motorists will be detoured south to Pershing Avenue to enter I-77 south.  Get more details here.
             
Contractor: Kokosing Construction Company Inc.
Bid Amount: $28,934,600
Estimated Completion Date: September 2019
 

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 CCG6A - I-77 over I-490

 
ESTIMATED START DATE: July 2017
ESTIMATED COMPLETION DATE: October 2019
ESTIMATED COST: $33,100,000
DESCRIPTION: Replace the I-77 bridge over I-490 in the city of Cleveland. (CCG6A)
IMPACT: Traffic will be maintained. Intermittent ramp closures at the I-77/I-490 interchange.
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 Cleveland Innerbelt Contract Groups

 

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Contract Group
Contracting Method
Construction Dates
Group 1: Westbound Bridge
Value Based Design-Build
2011-2015
Project Overview: Construct a new westbound I-90 bridge and associated improvements
Estimated Right-of-Way Cost: $63 million
Design & Construction Cost: $293.6 million
Funding Outlook:
Completely funded.
Status: This project is complete.  For more info, click here.
Group 2: Eastbound Bridge
Value Based Design-Build
2014-2017
Project Overview: Demolish the 1959 Innerbelt Bridge and construct a new eastbound I-90 bridge and associated improvements
Estimated Right-of-Way Cost: $2 million
Estimated Demolition, Design & Construction Cost: $280 million
Funding Outlook: Completely funded.
Status: The new I-90 eastbound bridge is open to traffic.  Final work is on-going including bridge painting and aesthetic lighting.    For more info, click here.
Group 3, Parts A-C: Central Interchange
Design-Bid-Build
2020-2023*
Project Overview: Improve I-90 east and westbound in the Central Interchange area between E 9th and Carnegie Avenue; replace the E 22nd Street and Carnegie Avenue bridges over I-90; remove the Cedar Avenue bridge over I-90; and improve I-77 north of I-490
Estimated Design Cost: $24.5 million, consultant authorization summer 2014
Estimated Right-of-Way Cost: $6-8 million
Estimated Construction Cost: $391-498 million
Funding Outlook: Partially funded.  See most recent TRAC program list.
Group 4, Parts A-E: Innerbelt Curve
TBD
2024-2029*
Project Overview: Relocate a sewer interceptor under I-90; replace the CSX and Norfolk Southern railroad bridges over I-90; replace the Superior, St. Clair, Hamilton and Lakeside Avenue bridges over I-90; relocate the I-90 westbound ramp to Chester Avenue; and realign the Innerbelt Curve north of Superior
Estimated Design Cost: $28-36 million
Estimated Right-of-Way Cost: $8-12 million
Estimated Construction Cost: $444-566 million
Funding Outlook: Not funded.  See most recent TRAC program list.
Group 5, Parts A-C: Innerbelt Trench
TBD
2029-2034*
Project Overview: Replace the Prospect, Euclid, Chester and Payne Avenue bridges over I-90; and reconstruct I-90 east and westbound in the Innerbelt Trench between Carnegie Avenue and Superior
Estimated Design Cost: $32-41 million
Estimated Right-of-Way Cost: $11-16 million
Estimated Construction Cost: $484-617 million
Funding Outlook: Not funded. See most recent TRAC program list. 
Group 6A: I-77 Bridge over I-490
Design-Bid-Build
2017-2019
Project Overview: Widen the I-77 bridge over I-490 and improve I-77 south of I-490
Estimated Design Cost: $1 million
Right-of-Way Cost: $0
Estimated Construction Cost: $35-40 million
Funding Outlook: Completely funded.
Status: This project is anticipated to be awarded to a contractor in the summer of 2017, with construction beginning in late summer/fall 2017.  It is anticipated to be complete in late 2019.
Group 6B: Broadway Bridge
Design-Build
2017-2019
Project Overview: Reconstruct Broadway Ave over I-77; and move the Broadway entrance ramp (to I-77 south) to Pershing Ave via a new frontage road on the west side of I-77 
Estimated Design Cost: $4 million
Estimated Right-of-Way Cost: $0.5 million
Estimated Construction Cost: $32-35 million
Funding Outlook: Completely funded.
Status: Project was awarded to Kokosing Construction Company on 02/10/2017.  Design work has begun.  Frontage road construction to begin in 2017.  Broadway bridge reconstruction anticipated to occur in 2018.  Project is anticipated to be complete in late 2019.
Group 7, Parts A-B: I-71 Improvements
TBD
2027*
Project Overview: Improve I-71 between approximately West 25th Street and I-490 including roadway pavement and replacement of I-71 bridge decks; and add a deceleration lane on I-71 southbound to SR 176 (the Jennings Freeway). (**NOTE: Deceleration lane may be advanced as smaller, stand-alone project known as “Part A”)
Estimated Design Cost: $11-15 million
Estimated Right-of-Way Cost: $0
Estimated Construction Cost: $152-194 million
Funding Outlook: Not funded.  See most recent TRAC program list. 

*Construction funding not currently allocated; construction schedule subject to change.  See most recent TRAC program list for updates. Revised March 10, 2017.

 

 

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