Road Closings

MANSFIELD -- The Ohio Department of Transportation has issued its District 3 Construction Report for the week of June 10.

As a result, Richland County drivers are urged to use caution on these roads:

Bellville North Road

Bellville North Road in Jefferson/Washington Township will be closed between 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting Monday, June 10 through Thursday, June 13. Local and emergency traffic will be maintained. The closure will allow for asphalt patching and maintenance.

State Route 13

SR 13, from the City of Mansfield Corp. limits to the Huron County line, will have single lane closures for a smooth seal project. Traffic will be maintained by flaggers. The project is expected to be complete June 2019.

State Route 39/State Route 96: Waterline Repair

SR 39/SR 96, at Myers Ave. in the City of Shelby, is closed for waterline repair work. The detour route for westbound motorists is SR 39/SR 96 to SR 61, south on SR 61 to SR 314, south on SR 314 to Old Lincoln Hwy, west on Old Lincoln Hwy to SR 598, north on SR 598 to SR 39/SR 96, and reverse for eastbound motorists. There is no estimated time as to when the road will reopen.

State Route 39: Smooth Seal

SR 39, between SR 430 and the City of Mansfield Corp. limit, will have single lane closures for a smooth seal project. Traffic will be maintained by flaggers. The project is expected to be complete June 2019.

State Route 39

SR 39, between Taylortown Rd. and County Club Dr., will be reduced to one lane of traffic in each direction over the Norfolk Southern railroad. Crews will be completing striping and RPM installation. The project is expected to be complete June 2019.

Interstate 71

I-71, between CR 32 (Mock Rd.) to the Ashland County line, will have daily/nightly lane closures northbound and southbound for a resurfacing project. The project is expected to be complete August 2019.

State Route 598

SR 598, from the Crawford County line to the Huron County line, will have single lane closures for a smooth seal project. Traffic will be maintained by flaggers. The project is expected to be complete June 2019.

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