Construction for a culvert replacement will begin on State Route 350 in Clinton County this month, and the route will be closed for approximately three weeks, according to ODOT.
On Monday, June 8, contractors for the Ohio Department of Transportation will close SR 350 immediately west of its junction with McKibben Road in Clinton County to replace a culvert at the 8.97-mile marker.
The closure will be in effect through June 28, and while SR 350 is closed, motorists will be detoured by way of US 68 and SR 134.
As part of the same project, the contractors are replacing a culvert on SR 350 in Warren County. The project site is located between Waynesville and Camp Nixon roads, and the route is closed through June 15. Motorists are being detoured by way of SR 123 and US 22.
Coopers Excavating was awarded a contract for approximately $275,621 to replace both culverts, and weather permitting, all associated work is scheduled to be completed by late summer.
All work will be contingent upon the weather.
SR 73 lane closures
Pavement repair and resurfacing work requires various lane closures on State Route 73 beginning Monday, June 15.
Contractors for ODOT will begin various lane closures on SR 73 each week night between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m., and traffic will be maintained with flaggers.
Warren County — Lane closures will be in place on SR 73 from Harveysburg to the Warren/Clinton county line.
Clinton County — Lane closures will be in place on SR 73 from the Warren/Clinton county line to the SR 73 Bypass.
Barrett Paving Materials was awarded a contract for approximately $3.6 million to perform the work, and weather permitting, all associated work is scheduled to be completed by mid-October, 2020.
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