Road construction and maintenance projects


Ohio Department of Transportation Districts 1 and 7



ALLEN COUNTY

Interstate 75 between Napoleon Road and state Route 235, just south of the village of Beaverdam to three miles north of the village of Bluffton, in Allen and Hancock counties, will experience lane restrictions and ramp closures for paving and reconstruction through November 2020. Visit the project page for more information.

I-75 northbound exit ramp to SR 696 will close on Wednesday, 16 for approximately 14 days.

Detour: I-75 north to SR 103/ Bentley Road to I-75 south back to SR 696.

I-75 northbound entrance ramp from SR 696 will close on Wednesday, 23 for approximately 14 days.

Detour: U.S. 30 to SR 235 to I-75 northbound.

Beginning Aug. 7, northbound passing lane at SR 696, Beaverdam, will be shifted to the southbound side.

Nighttime lane restrictions, 7 p.m. – 7 a.m., resumed on July 19 and will continue for approximately two months for paving operations.

State Route 65/Elm Street and Pine Street at their intersection in the city of Lima closed June 1 for replacement of the bridges over the Ottawa River. Completion is expected in late fall. Visit the project page for more information.

The bridges at Elm Street and Pine Street are closed at the intersection of Elm Street and Pine Street.

Eastbound detour: Central Avenue to Market Street to Bellefontaine Avenue (SR 309/SR 117).

Westbound detour: Bellefontaine Avenue (SR 309/ SR 117) to Market Street to S. Union Street.

HANCOCK COUNTY

I-75 Widening and Reconstruction in the city of Findlay: The project to reconstruct and widen I-75 through the city of Findlay beginning just south of Harrison Street/County Road 144, which is just south of the U.S. Route 68/State Route 15 interchange, to the County Road 99 interchange, is in its fourth and final year. Estimated completion: Fall 2020

All ramps are open, and the final traffic pattern is in place.

Construction will continue until late fall with lane restrictions and temporary ramp closures.

Interstate 75 between Napoleon Road and state Route 235, just south of the village of Beaverdam to three miles north of the village of Bluffton, in Allen and Hancock counties, will experience lane restrictions and ramp closures for paving and reconstruction through November 2020. Visit the project page for more information.

I-75 northbound exit ramp to SR 696 will close on Wednesday, 16 for approximately 14 days.

Detour: I-75 north to SR 103/ Bentley Road to I-75 south back to SR 696.

I-75 northbound entrance ramp from SR 696 will close on Wednesday, 23 for approximately 14 days.

Detour: U.S. 30 to SR 235 to I-75 northbound.

Beginning Aug. 7, northbound passing lane at SR 696, Beaverdam, will be shifted to the southbound side.

Nighttime lane restrictions, 7 p.m. – 7 a.m., resumed on July 19 and will continue for approximately two months for paving operations.

Interstate 75 southbound near the Bigelow Road overhead, Findlay, will be reduced to one lane through the work zone for a noise wall extension project. Work will occur generally between the hours of 7 a.m.-5:30 p.m. The project will complete this fall.

State Route 15 under U.S. 68, south of the city of Findlay, will have lane restrictions for finish work on the U.S. 68 bridge deck replacement project. Visit the project page for more information.

U.S. 68 within the village of Arlington is open following a four-month closure for roadway reconstruction. Lane restrictions are expected to continue for finish work.

U.S. 224/Main Street, between Center Street and Cherry Street, in the city of Findlay, will close on September 14 for approximately two weeks for railroad repair.

Detour: Main St. to SR 12 to I-75 back to U.S. 224/Trenton Ave.

U.S. 224 between the village of Ottawa and State Route 235, Hancock County, will be restricted to one lane through the work zone for a resurfacing project. The project will complete in late September.

State Route 568 closure between County Road 7 and Township Road 245, two miles east of Findlay, will close Aug. 10 for approximately 120 days for a bridge replacement project.

Detour: SR 37 to SR 15 to SR 330 back to SR 568.

HARDIN COUNTY

State Route 31 in the village of Mt. Victory will close September 14 for approximately 10 days for railroad repair.

Detour: SR 292 to SR 47 back to SR 31.

Lincoln Street/township Road 44 within the village of Ada, between Klingler Road and Union Street, closed for approximately 160 days on Apr. 20 for roadway reconstruction including storm sewer, water main, curb and gutter, and sidewalk. For more information, including a map of the location, visit the project page.

Southern Detour: Main Street/SR 235 to Lima Avenue/TR 50 to Klinger Road/County Road 35.

Northern Detour: Main Street/SR 235 to W. North Avenue/SR 81 to Klinger Road/County Road 35.

Access to Ada Medical and Diagnostic Center will be maintained at all times.

PUTNAM COUNTY

U.S. 224 between the village of Ottawa and State Route 235, Hancock County, will be restricted to one lane through the work zone for a resurfacing project. The project will complete in late September.

State Route 65 in the village of West Leipsic will close September 14 for approximately 10 days for railroad repair.

Detour: SR 109 to SR 613 back to SR 65.

State Route 108 between State Route 15 and the Henry County line will be restricted to one lane through the work zone for pavement repairs.

State Route 108 between SR 613 and Township Road G, approximately one mile south of the village of Miller City, will close on Aug. 3 for approximately 75 days for bridge deck and slope repair over the Miller City cutoff.

Detour: SR 613 to SR 109 to SR 18 back to SR 108.

State Route 613 just east of SR 109, near West Leipsic will close September 8 for three days for a culvert replacement.

Detour: SR 109 to SR 65 back to SR 613.

State Route 613 at County Road 2, between the village of West Leipsic and the village of McComb will close Sept. 15 for approximately 2 days for road widening.

Detour: CR 5 to U.S. 224 to SR 235, back to SR 613.

State Route 696 between Allen County line to State Route 12 will be restricted to one lane through the work zone for pavement repairs.

VAN WERT COUNTY

U.S. 30 at U.S. 224, both eastbound and westbound, Van Wert, will be restricted to one lane through the work zone beginning Aug. 10 for a project that will reconstruct and lower the pavement beneath the U.S. 224 overhead to increase vertical clearance. The project also includes drainage work, and replacement of barrier wall and guardrail. The project is expected to be completed late October.

S. 30 westbound entrance ramp from U.S. 224 will close on September 14 for approximately 30 days.

Detour: U.S. 30 eastbound to U.S. 127 back to U.S. 30 westbound.

S. 30 traffic will be maintained in one lane in each direction.

Liberty Union Road from U.S. 30 to Terry Road will close Aug. 10 for approximately three months.

Multi Route paving project will begin work Aug. 10. The project includes resurfacing of the existing pavement, pavement repairs, work on curb ramps, and widening of bridge approaches on U.S. 224. Lane restrictions will be in place with traffic being maintained by flaggers. Work is expected to be finished by early October.

U.S. 224 from the Indiana state line to the city of Van Wert.

U.S. 127 from the CSX Railroad line north of Main St. to the intersection of U.S. 127, U.S. 224, and Marsh Rd.

SR 118 in Van Wert the bridge over Town Creek to U.S. 127/Washington St.

SR 709 from SR 118 to Township Road 58.

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Ohio Department of Transportation Districts 1 and 7

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