Upcoming ODOT Work This Week
Through the week ending April 28, 2018: The following traffic advisory includes road construction and major maintenance projects requiring long-term lane restrictions and/or closures along the state and federal highway system in Adams County. For statewide information regarding road conditions affected by weather, construction, maintenance or accidents, visit ODOT on the web at www.Ohgo.com
APRIL 23-27: S.R. 247 (Main Street) through the village of Seaman will be reduced to one lane for slot paving. Crews will be working from approximately 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day, and traffic will be maintained by flaggers during hours of operations. Motorists may encounter intermittent periods of delay, especially at intersecting streets, and residents are asked to avoid parking on Main Street.
MONDAY, MAY 7: A slide repair project C.R. 10 On Pumpkin Ridge Road, just south (east) of the route’s junction with T.R. 61 (Sherwood Road), is scheduled to begin the week of May 7. Throughout construction, the route will be closed, and traffic will be detoured locally via T.R. 61 (Sherwood Road) and C.R. 3 (Island Creek Road). All work associated with the project is scheduled to be completed by early fall. (#18-0219)
S.R. 770 is reduced to one lane near C.R. 14 (Tranquility Pike), approximately two miles east of S.R. 247 at Seaman, due to a pavement slip. A project to repair the route is in development, and until such time that permanent repairs can be made, traffic will be maintained in one lane with temporary signals.
C.R. 100 (Old S.R. 32) is closed at three locations between S.R. 41 and S.R. 770 as part of a multi-phase slide repair project. More specifically, the route will be closed between Marble Furnace Road and Inlow Avenue; between Lawshe and Shelby roads; and between Shelby and Big Run roads. The closure will be in effect for up to 90 days, and while Old S.R. 32 is closed, motorists will be detoured via S.R. 41, S.R. 32 and S.R. 770, as well as by local roads. All work is anticipated to be completed in late spring. (#18-0042)