road repair

ASHLAND – The following construction projects are anticipated to affect highways in Ashland County next week. All outlined work is weather permitting.

State Route 39 resurfacing project

NEW IMPACTS – State Route 39, from the Richland County line to the village of Loudonville, will have single lane closures for a resurfacing project. Traffic will be maintained by flaggers. Estimated completion: October 2020

U.S. Route 42 bridge replacement

U.S. 42, between Cleveland Avenue and Township Road 793, will have single lane closures for a bridge replacement project.

NEW IMPACTS

On Thursday, July 30 the road will be closed between U.S. 250 and Township Road 793 so the box beams for the bridge can be set.

This is a single day closure. The road is scheduled to reopen the same day and traffic will resume to its normal single lane configuration for the duration of the project.

The detour route for northbound motorists is U.S. 42 to U.S. 250, east on U.S. 250 to I-71, north on I-71 to Route 301, north on Route 301 to U.S. 41 and reverse for southbound motorists.

Estimated completion: October 2020

State Route 60 resurfacing project

NEW IMPACTS – State Route 60, from the village of Loudonville to Route 95, will have single lane closures for a resurfacing project. Traffic will be maintained by flaggers. Estimated completion: October 2020

State Route 89 resurfacing project– NEW IMPACTS – State Route 89, from the village of Polk to Route 58, will have single lane closures for a resurfacing project. Traffic will be maintained by flaggers. Estimated completion: October 2020

U.S. Route 250 resurfacing project

NEW IMPACTS – U.S. 250, between Westlake Drive and U.S. 42, will have single lane closures for a resurfacing project. The project will also extend along the state Route 58 ramp to Eastlake Drive. Crews have begun milling and will complete pavement repairs, paving, guardrail repairs, and some bridge repairs. Estimated completion: November 2020

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