Columbus North Side Fix www.270-23.org
6/15/2017
SR 315 Lane and Ramp Closures Start Sunday
 
To complete construction on key bridges and ramps that will ultimately REDUCE the weaving and merging at the Interstate 270/SR 315 and US 23 interchanges on the north side, lanes and ramps will be closed temporarily. 
 
The timing of the next wave of work, while never perfect, is happening when all lanes of SR 315 are already closed south of SR 750 in Delaware County. 
 
Keeping traffic moving during a mega project such as the North Side Fix is challenging which is why drivers should allow extra time and seek alternate routes in addition to the posted and signed detours. 
 
Please note: The work below has been moved to SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JUNE 25 -26 instead of Wednesday and Thursday, June 21-22 as previously released
 
SUNDAY JUNE 25
Starting at 7 PM, SR 315 SOUTH will be reduced to one lane between Hard Road and I-270. The ramp from SR 315 south to I-270 east will be closed. This is for TWO MONTHS. 
The posted signed detour is SR 315 south to I-270 west to Sawmill Rd. to I-270 east. 
MONDAY JUNE 26
Starting at 7 PM, SR 315 NORTH thru traffic will be reduced to one lane between SR 161 to I-270. The ramp from I-270 east to SR 315 north will be closed. This is for TWO MONTHS
The posted signed detour is SR 315 north to US 23 north to I-270 west to SR 315 north.  
The ramp from SR 315 north to I-270 west will be closed after the evening commute until 5 AM Tuesday. The detour is SR 315 north to I-270 east to US 23 north to I-270 west.

 
NOTE TO DRIVERS
Since the ramp pattern recently changed for US 23 north and south traffic heading west onto Interstate 270, drivers, who can, should consider using Polaris Parkway (SR 750) off US 23 to I-71 to I-270. 
 

The environmental review, consultation and other actions required by applicable Federal environmental laws for these projects 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.