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RICHLAND COUNTY -- The following construction projects are anticipated to affect highways in Richland County next week. All outlined work is weather permitting.

U.S 30 major rehabilitation – U.S. 30, from state Route 309 to just east of the 5th Avenue ramps, will have single lane closures for a major rehabilitation project. Traffic will always be maintained.


Longview Avenue was reopened to traffic on Monday, July 20.

Wise Avenue was reopened on to traffic on Tuesday, July 21.


Crews continue work on the east side of Route 39 while maintaining traffic on the west side.

Constructing Route 545 – crews are working on the west side of Route 545 while maintaining traffic on the east side.

S. 30 eastbound and westbound, from Trimble Road to Route 13, will have nightly, single lane closures from 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. to complete temporary pavement on the shoulders.

S. 30 eastbound daytime lane closure between Route 545 and 5th Avenue to work on rock cut area.

S. 30 structure work – U.S. 30 eastbound traffic lanes have been shifted over Bowman Street so that crews can complete structure work. Two 11’ lanes will be maintained on U.S. 30 eastbound. Crews continue work on the Bowman Street structure work under U.S. 30. Traffic on Bowman Street will be maintained by flaggers.

Earthwork continues at Route 39 northbound ramp to U.S. 30 eastbound and Longview Avenue relocation just east or Route 39. Traffic will be maintained.

Estimated completion: May 2023

Interstate 71 resurfacing project - I-71 northbound and southbound, from the Morrow county line to state Route 97, will have single lane, daytime closures and double lane, nighttime closures for a resurfacing project.


The state Route 13 northbound exit ramp will close Wednesday, July 29 for 10 days to complete pavement repairs.


Crews continue night work on I-71 from the Morrow/Richland county line to the state Route 13 exit.

Work will progress in both zones simultaneously.

Estimated completion: October 2020

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