ODOT Announces Road Construction Projects
Written by WKTN Staff on November 21, 2022
The Ohio Department of Transportation has announced Road Construction in our region
In Hardin County State Route 67 in the city of Kenton, between Wayne St. and Barron Street, will close on Monday, Nov. 21, for 180 days for storm sewer replacement.
In Allen County State Route 117 in the village of Westminster may have traffic impacts and lane restrictions for utility relocation work.
State Route 309 between Perry Chapel Road and Pevee Road, east of Lima, is open following a project to construct two roundabouts, one at Napoleon Road and one at Thayer Road.
Crews may be present to do work alongside the roadway, and single lane closures may take place. Drive with caution due to the new traffic pattern and ongoing finish work.
In Wyandot County U.S. 23, U.S. 30, & State Route 15 — will have temporary lane or shoulder closures for highway lighting upgrades. High-pressure sodium fixtures (HPS) will be replaced with light-emitting diode (LED) luminaires. Lighting will be added at 12 locations where drivers make key decisions. Nonessential lighting will be removed. Temporary lane or shoulder restrictions may occur
For more information you can visit about construction in our region or throughout the state you can visit https://www.transportation.ohio.gov/