A project to help the stop of rock falls along an Ohio interstate begins Monday.
The Ohio Department of Transportation said that the rock remediation project will take place Monday July 8, on a northbound section of Interstate 77 located three miles north of exit 47 (U.S. Route 22) in Guernsey County.
The project will remove rock along the interstate and will be completed with the addition of a barrier wall to prevent rock debris from entering the roadway.
The Ohio Department of Transportation helps some school districts in the state of Ohio to create a safe way to get to school.
The "Safe Routes to School Program" will fund 58 projects throughout the state. The money helps to create physical improvements to infrastructure within two miles of the schools, teach children and care givers about transportation choices such as biking, work with local law enforcement to ensure traffic laws are enforced in the vicinity of...
The Ohio Department of Transportation met with Muskingum County Commissioners Thursday to discuss projects for 2013.
District 5 Deputy Director. Joe Rutherford says they have an informational meeting at least once a year to keep the commissioners updated on the work they plan to complete. This year a new entrance for Genesis - Bethsda hospital will happen.
"We will be building the new entrance way into their hospital in conjunction with their big expansion and were very...
A small part of downtown Zanesville will soon be receiving a makeover.
Fifth Street will be seeing changes after the city received grants from the Ohio Department of Transportation and Public Works. The project is estimated at $ 1.8 million but the city only had to pay for a small portion of the work out of pocket. Public Service Director, Mike Sims says the work done will be similar to the changes on Main Street and Sixth Street.
After such a mild season last winter, the City of Zanesville had an overage of salt and struggled with where to store this excess.
The city is required to buy 80% of the total bid amount that the city placed with the Ohio Department of Transportation the year before. Prices vary from year to year because they are dependent on the weather of the winter prior, therefore, due to the quiet winter last year, the reflective price was lower.