Crews will be working nights for a project along Interstate 70 in Muskingum County. It's located just east of the Adamsville exit.
ODOT Public Information Officer, Kate Stickle, says workers will be installing a horizontal channel under the interstate. This channel will be lined with electronic sensors that will indicate if the ground is starting to sink. Stickle says portions of Interstate 70 have coal mine chambers underneath that have been filled.
Some Perry and Fairfield county drivers will need to take a detour through the village of Bremen.
ODOT is beginning construction and State Route 664 and Main Street tomorrow. The project is expected to be completed in late October, weather permitting.
Public Information Officer, Kate Stickle, says the intent of the project is to improve safety at the intersection. It has hired a contractor out of Thornville to work on the more than 250 thousand dollar project.
You may have noticed a few safety additions to Maple Avenue in Zanesville.
After the construction updates on the main road last summer, the city and Ohio Department of Transportation worked together to improve the project in both access and safety.
"Some of the major improvements we've done, there is now a left turn arrow if you're heading northbound on Maple at Kroger," said City Engineer Chip Saunders. "That will make it easier to make that turn without having to...
Construction work will continue in Newark along Hollander Street. It initially got underway last Friday before being re-started today.
Crews will be working to install a new sewer system. The road will be closed to motorists during the hours of seven a.m. and five p.m. through this Thursday. ODOT is asking drivers to detour using State Route 13 and Mount Vernon Road.
Its an improvement project that is receiving funding partially from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
The Ohio Department of Transportation wants to reduce the number of accidents that take place in work zones.
It says motorists need to slow down in these areas and pay attention to their surroundings so they don't get hurt and construction works don't get hurt either. To get out the message, ODOT plans to light buildings across the state in orange, starting tomorrow at eight p.m.
There were about five thousand accidents in work zones last year and that resulted in 13 people dying...
The Ohio Department of Transportation is kicking off its construction season with a bang. It will be awarding two billion dollars in construction projects across the state that will reach every county. ODOT District Five employees, which covers five local counties, made the exciting announcement this morning at its headquarters in Jacksontown.
"This is truly a celebration for the state of Ohio because this is the largest transportation construction season in state history, "...
The Ohio Department of Transportation says it wants to "ignite Ohio's economic engine."
It's investing about two billion dollars in construction this year that will cover 16 hundred projects in every county. Some of these projects include: interstate repairs, resurfacing; bridge and culvert upgrades, walkways and biking improvements, and even some waterway projects.
The largest investment, at 450 million dollars, will take place along Interstate 90 in Cleveland.