The following is highway construction to occur within Hancock County (District 1) during the week of May 29, 2017
NOTHING MUCH GOING ON IN WOOD COUNTY – nothing from ODOT District 2.
Upcoming ODOT work this week
Week of July 3, 2017
The following is highway construction scheduled to occur within Hancock County.
For information concerning the Interstate 75 reconstruction and widening project through Findlay and Hancock County, visit the website:
State Route 613/state Route 18 between Van Buren and Fostoria will be reduced to one lane through the work zone for removal of pavement reflectors in preparation for tarring and chipping of the highway. Work is being performed by the ODOT Hancock County maintenance garage.
Resurfacing of the following routes within the city of Findlay will restrict traffic to one lane through the work zone. Work is being performed by M&B Asphalt, Old Fort.
- U.S. 224 from Broad Street to Main Street
- State Route 12 from Interstate 75 to Main Street (section between Western Avenue and Glessner Street is now open; project administered by the city of Findlay).
- State Route 37 from Lincoln Avenue to Blanchard Avenue
- State Route 568 from Main Street to Beech Avenue
U.S. 224 just west of state Route 235, west of Findlay, is scheduled to close July 17 for approximately 30 days for a culvert replacement. Traffic will be detoured onto U.S. 224, state Route 235, state Route 12 and state Route 65 back to U.S. 224. Work is being performed by BCC Ohio, New London.
U.S. 68 southbound exit ramp to U.S. 68 southbound over Eagle Creek at state Route 15, south of Findlay, closed May 15 for approximately two months for bridge repair. Traffic detoured onto state Route 15 eastbound to the state Route 37 interchange to state Route 15 westbound back to U.S. 68. Work is being performed by Global Outdoor Solutions, Cleveland. (See detour map)
State Route 12/state Route 235overlap between state Route 235 and township Road 57 is now open following a bridge deck repair.
Cable barrier installation
U.S. 68 from the Findlay airport to Eagle Creek, south of Findlay, will have daily lane closures in both directions beginning early August for installation of cable barrier in the median. Once work begins it is expected to be completed in approximately eight weeks. Work is being performed by Lake Erie Construction, Norwalk.