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2016 MAJOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

Milepost 17.1 – 19.1 in Williams County, Deck Replacement of 2 Bridges

Eastbound & Westbound customers traveling in this area will encounter periodic lane closures on the mainline. A minimum of one lane in each direction will be maintained at all times. There will be a full detour on the two bridge deck replacements at Milepost 17.1 & 19.1

                                          (Anticipated Detour Date)
 

County Route 18 (MP 17.1) Detour- March 7 – June 1
County Route 20 (MP 19.1) Detour- March 7 – June 1

Milepost 21.4 in Williams County, Deck Replacement of Clifton – Gunn Rd. Bridge

Eastbound & Westbound customers traveling in this area will encounter periodic lane closures on the mainline. A minimum of one lane in each direction will be maintained at all times. There will be a full detour on the Clifton – Gunn Rd. Bridge at Milepost 21.4.
                                      
                                       (Anticipated Detour Date)
 

Clifton – Gunn Rd (MP 21.4) Detour- June 19 – October 1  

Milepost 0.9 – 22.0 in Williams County, Rehabilitation & Painting of 8 Bridges

Eastbound & Westbound customers traveling in this area will encounter periodic lane closures on the mainline. A minimum of one lane in each direction will be maintained at all times. Local traffic in the area may encounter minor delays due to this work at Mileposts 0.9, 2.1, 10.6, 16.1, 17.1, 18.1, 19.1, and 22.0
                                      
                                       (Rehabilitation & Painting Locations) 
 

Fish Creek Rd (MP 0.9)                   SR 49 (MP 2.1)
Nettle Creek Rd (MP 10.6)               Old SR 569 (MP 16.1)
Eberly- Home Rd (MP 17.1)            Clays Church Rd (MP 18.1)
Alvordton Rd (MP 19.1)                   Stryker-Lockport Rd (MP 22.0)

Milepost 23.9 – 42.9 in Fulton County, Deck Replacement of 6 Bridges

Eastbound & Westbound customers traveling in this area will encounter periodic lane closures on the mainline. A minimum of one lane in each direction will be maintained at all times. There will be a full detour on the six bridges deck replacements at Mileposts 23.9, 24.4, 27.3, 41.9, 42.4, and 42.9
                                      
                                       (Anticipated Detour Date) 
 

Rueger – Shetler Rd (MP 23.9) Detour-  March 29 – July 26  
Fulton – Williams Rd (MP 24.4) Detour-
March 29 – July14
Spies – Handy Corners Rd (MP 27.3) Detour- March 29 – August 30
Raker – Barden Rd (MP 41.9) Detour- March 29 – June 30
Delta – Santee Rd (MP 42.4) Detour- June 30 – September 30
Brigham – Fraker Rd (MP 42.9) Detour- March 29 – June 27

Milepost 38.0 – 43.0 in Fulton County, Pavement Repairs and Resurfacing

Eastbound and westbound Ohio Turnpike customers traveling in this area will encounter a single lane closure on the mainline for pavement repairs & resurfacing. One lane in each direction will be maintained at all times.

Start date: April 4, 2016               Estimated completion date: June 30, 2016

Milepost 55.0 – 69.0 in Lucas & Wood Counties, Pavement Repairs and Resurfacing

Eastbound and westbound Ohio Turnpike customers traveling in this area will encounter a single lane closure on the mainline for pavement repairs & resurfacing. One lane in each direction will be maintained at all times.

Start date: April 4, 2016                     Estimated completion date:  June 30, 2016

Milepost 107.3 – 112.4 Sandusky County, Base Pavement Replacement

Eastbound and westbound Ohio Turnpike customers traveling in this area will encounter a bi-directional traffic pattern and reduced speed limits while crews remove and replace the original base pavement in the eastbound right and center lanes.

Start date:       May, 2016                   Estimated completion date:  November 18, 2016


Milepost 149.2 – 144.1 Lorain County, Base Pavement Replacement

Eastbound and westbound Ohio Turnpike customers traveling in this area will encounter a bi-directional traffic pattern and reduced speed limits while crews remove and replace the original base pavement in the westbound right and center lanes.

Start date:       May, 2016                   Estimated completion date:  November 18, 2016


Milepost 150.5 Lorain Co, Bridge Deck Replacement of SR 83 (Avon-Belden Rd)  

Eastbound & Westbound customers traveling in this area will encounter periodic lane closures on the mainline. Traffic on SR 83 will be maintained through a single lane work zone controlled by a timed traffic light. Local traffic on SR 83 should expect minor delays in the area due to reduced lanes during this project.

Start date: 2/1/2016                           Estimated completion date:  6/1/2016
 

Milepost 160.3 – 167.3 in Cuyahoga County, Rehabilitation & Painting of 8 Bridges

Eastbound & Westbound customers traveling in this area will encounter periodic lane closures on the mainline. A minimum of one lane in each direction will be maintained at all times. Local traffic in the area may encounter minor delays due to this work at Mileposts 160.3, 160.7, 160.8, 161.8, & 167.3.
                                      
                                       (Rehabilitation & Painting Locations) 
 

CSX Railroad (MP 160.3)                Rocky River E. Branch (MP 160.7)
Valley Parkway (MP 160.7)             OHTPK Ramp (MP 161.8)
 SR 49 (MP 167.3)


Milepost 186.3 – 191.3 Portage County, Base Pavement Replacement

Eastbound and westbound Ohio Turnpike customers traveling in this area will encounter a bi-directional traffic pattern and reduced speed limits while crews remove and replace the original base pavement in the eastbound right and center lanes.

Start date:    May 2016                                Estimated completion date: November 18, 2016



Milepost 197.8 – 236.7 in Portage & Trumbull Counties, Rehabilitation & Painting of 6 Bridges

Eastbound & Westbound customers traveling in this area will encounter periodic lane closures on the mainline. A minimum of one lane in each direction will be maintained at all times. There will be a full detour on the six bridges due to major rehabilitation at Mileposts MP 197.8, MP 198.5, MP 200.2, MP 207.3, MP 207.6, MP 214.3  
                                       (Anticipated Detour Date)

Asbury - Jones-Nichols Rd (MP 197.8) Detour-  April 8 – September 30
Freedom - Burton-Limaville Rd (MP 198.5)
Detour- May 3 – September 30
Slagle Rd – TR 231 (MP 200.2)
Detour- June 24 – September 30
Hudson Bracevill Rd – SR 303 (MP 207.3)
Detour- May 27 – September 30
SR 534 (MP 207.6)
Detour- May 27 - September
Lyntz-Townline RD (MP 214.5) Detour-
April 28 – September 30

 

Milepost 216.1 – 221.2 Mahoning County, Base Pavement Replacement

Eastbound and westbound Ohio Turnpike customers traveling in this area will encounter a bi-directional traffic pattern and reduced speed limits while crews remove and replace the original base pavement in the eastbound right and left lanes. Exit-216 (Lordstown) entrance ramp will also close to traffic during this construction. Click here for detour  

Start date:  April 20, 2016                           Estimated completion date: November 18, 2016

Milepost 225.0 – 236.7 in Mahoning County, Rehabilitation & Painting of 5 Bridges

Eastbound & Westbound customers traveling in this area will encounter periodic lane closures on the mainline. A minimum of one lane in each direction will be maintained at all times. There will be a full detour on the five bridges due to major rehabilitation at Mileposts MP 225.0, MP 225.2, MP 226.7, MP 227.6 and MP 236.7
                                      
                                                   (Anticipated Detour Date)

Herbert Rd (MP 225.0) Detour-  June 20 – July 9
State Route 46 (MP 225.2)
Detour- May 23 – June 12
Raccoon Road (MP 226.7)
Detour- April 22 – May 6
US Route 224 (MP 227.6)
Detour- April 11 – May 25
Beard Rd (236.7)
Detour- June 22 – July 12


Questions about these projects?
Call the Communications Department at (440) 234-2081 x1172 or 1171

Note:  Completion of all construction projects is weather dependent.

2014 MAJOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014

 

 All 2014 Major Construction Projects have been completed.

 

2014 COMPLETED CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

Milepost 21.5 – 21.8 Williams County  Pavement Repairs
Pavement repairs in the eastbound right lane.

Milepost 43.3 – 55.5 in Fulton & Lucas Counties Resurfacing
Pavement resurfacing in both east & westbound lanes.

Milepost 58.0 – 64.5 Lucas & Wood Counties Third Lane Widening and Bridge Work
Third lane widening completion.

Milepost 101.2 – 107.3 Sandusky County Base Pavement Replacement
Pavement resurfacing in both east & westbound lanes.

Milepost 159.8 – 164.8 Cuyahoga County Base Pavement Replacement
Pavement resurfacing in both east & westbound lanes.

Milepost 172.3-175.0 Summit County  Pavement Repairs
Pavement repairs in the eastbound center and right lanes.

Milepost 199.5-200.4 Portage County  Pavement Repairs
Pavement repairs in the eastbound center and right lanes.

Milepost 217.6-217.2 Mahoning County  Pavement Repairs
Pavement repairs in the westbound center and right lanes.

Questions about these projects?
Call the Communications Department at (440) 234-2081 x1172 or 1171

Note:  Completion of all construction projects is weather dependent.

Maintaining the speed, comfort and safety of the Ohio Turnpike.

The Turnpike’s Capital Improvement Program is an ongoing effort that includes renovating the original toll plazas and interchanges, reconstructing the service plazas, renovating maintenance buildings, replacing the original concrete road base at selected locations and adding 160 miles of third-lane from Toledo to Youngstown.

Reduce Speed. Stay Safe.

The reduced speed limit in construction zones is in effect, even when workers are not present.Due to changes in the normal roadway, the reduced speed is enforced for your safety and for the safety of our workers.