ODOT District 5 Weekly Traffic Advisory

Ohio Department of Transportation • Construction Update
DISTRICT 5 • DAVE RAY, P.E., P.S., DISTRICT DEPUTY DIRECTOR
9600 Jacksontown Road • Jacksontown, OH 43030
www.transportation.ohio.gov/dist5
ODOT District 5 Weekly Traffic Advisory
For the week of November 14, 2014
The following traffic advisory includes road construction and major maintenance projects requiring lane restrictions
and/or closures along the state and federal highway system within ODOT District 5, which includes the counties of
Coshocton, Fairfield, Guernsey, Knox, Licking, Muskingum, and Perry. All work is weather permitting. For statewide
information regarding road conditions affected by construction, maintenance, weather or accidents, visit www.Ohgo.com.
COSHOCTON COUNTY
Ongoing
The Lake Park Pedestrian Bridge: The closure of this structure is schedule for November 19, 2014.
Crews will work between Roscoe Village and Lake Park on the pedestrian foot bridge. Pedestrian and bike
traffic will be detoured to White Woman street, Chestnut Street, 2nd Street, and to Bridge Street. The
estimated completion date is June 30, 2015.
GUERNSEY COUNTY
November 17 *New
SR 313: The road will close east of Linwood Rd. Crews will work to rebuild the Railroad crossing
beginning at 6:30 a.m. Monday and the road will reopen Friday, November 21st, at 5:00 p.m.,
weather permitting.
Detour: SR 313 to IR 77 to SR 209 to SR 821
Ongoing
SR 209: Closed from the Cambridge City limits to Coshocton Ave beginning October 15th for 30 days for
slip repair.
Detour: SR 209 to SR 83 to US 22 and reverse.
KNOX COUNTY
November 17 *New
Crews will be performing bridge inspection. Work will take place 7:30am-4:30pm. While this work is
performed, traffic will be restricted to one lane at the locations listed below.
US 36 between SR 768 and Austin Rd. over the Kokosing River
US 62 between US 36 and Hazel Dell Rd. over the Kokosing River
SR 13 between Waterford Rd. and Quaker Rd. over the North Branch of the Kokosing River
US 36 between SR 229 and Dike Street over the Kokosing River
SR 514 in Greer over the Mohican River
Ongoing *Updated
Crews will continue performing ditch and berm repairs throughout the county. Work will take place 7:30am4:30pm. While this work is performed, traffic will be restricted to one lane at the locations listed below.
SR 314 between US 36 and the Morrow Co. Line
SR 13 just south of Murray Rd.
LICKING COUNTY
November 15 *New
SR 668/I-70: Ramp to westbound I-70 will be closed and I-70 will be restricted. Crews will be brush cutting
on the ramp and along I-70 westbound. Work will take place from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Saturday and
Sunday November 16th.
Detour SR 40 to SR 13 back to I-70.
Ongoing
SR 661: Crews will work from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. starting with shoulder repairs north of Granville to the
Knox County line. Resurfacing on SR 661 will begin in 2015 at the intersection of State Route 37 State Route
661 and State Route 16 South of Granville in Licking County, running through the Village on SR 661 and
continue north to Knox County.
Refugee/York Road Intersection: Work will continue on a bridge replacement and improvement project,
without affecting traffic. Contractor working on the bridge abutments and piers. A one day road closure will
occur in Late-November to accommodate heavy construction traffic during the placement of the concrete
bridge deck. No other closures will occur until Spring 2015. Estimated completion of the project is fall of
2015.
MUSKINGUM COUNTY
November 7
SR 93: The road will close just north of Houts Rd and South of SR 662 for culvert replacements. The road
will reopen Friday, November 14th at 5:00 p.m., weather permitting.
Detour: SR 83S to SR 209 E to SR 662 N and reverse.
Ongoing
SR 60: The road opened 10/8. There is still some paving and guardrail work to be completed. Flaggers will be
used to maintain 2-way traffic.
Interstate 70: Crews continue to work on a mine grouting project on I-70 under the existing westbound
pavement and shoulders. All traffic will continue to travel on the eastbound pavement. Work will also begin at
the SR 95/IR 70 interchange, making it necessary for SR 93 to close for 16 days, between the WB ramps,
beginning on November 10th. Westbound I-70 traffic will still be unable to access the off ramp to SR 93 and
traffic will be unable to access IR 70 WB from SR 93.
Detour for WB IR-70 to SR 93 South: Exit at Airport Road and turn left, to US 22/40, then right on US 22/40
to SR 93.
Detour for SB 93 to IR 70: SR 93 to SR 83 South, to IR 70. (Follow the above detour to continue south on SR
93)
Detour for NB 93: From either direction on IR 70, take Exit 169 at SR 83 and proceed north to SR 93.
PERRY COUNTY
Ongoing *Update
SR 13: The road closed between New Lexington and Six Mile Turn. Crews will be brush cutting each day
from 7:30a.m.-3:00p.m. The road will reopen Friday, November 28th, weather permitting.
Detour: to SR 93 North to 669 West to 345 South to 13 North and reverse.
SR 37: The road closed East of New Lexington to Portersville. Crews will be replacing multiple culverts
from now until the end of the year. Crews will work from 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. each day. Motorists should
expect delays or possible detours. If a closure it necessary it will take place during daytime hours only.
DISTRICT WIDE
Ongoing
Drivers can expect to see crews throughout the entire district marking pavement. The workers will work either
as a moving operation or close one lane of a four way highway as needed. Work will start in Muskingum
county and continue until May 2015 as part of a safety project to improve visibility of pavement markers to
drivers.
Various bridge repairs will continue this summer throughout Fairfield and Licking County. Workers are
currently resurfacing bridges and any lane closures will take place at night.
Guardrail repair will be taking place this summer and into April 2015. Crews may close lanes and use flaggers
to maintain traffic for short periods of time as needed.
Various traffic signal upgrades are being performed throughout the district. Workers are installing new poles,
cables, signal heads and up-to-date controller equipment.
For additional information, please contact:
Ericka Pfeifer, Public Information Officer at (740) 323-5204,
or email [email protected]
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