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Project Update-Allen County, Lima( District 1)

Yoder Road to close Monday

  • Yoder Road will close Monday, October 19 for approximately two months to allow for construction of a retaining wall which will be built between Yoder Road and Interstate 75.

 

  • Access to the Orthopedic Institute of Ohio (OIO) will be maintained at the main entrance near Ohio 65.¬†The rear entrance/exit to and from the facility near the railroad tracks will function as an exit-only during the construction.

 

  • Yoder Road will be a one-way road from the railroad to the main entrance where it will resume two-way traffic operation.

 

  • During this construction, properties located between the railroad and Breese Road will only be accessible from Breese Road.

 

  • Construction of the retaining wall is part of the Interstate 75 reconstruction project.

 

 

 About the I-75 Project Phases:

 

Project 1 of the Interstate 75 reconstruction project, which is the replacement of the Fourth Street and Reservoir Road bridges over Interstate 75 in Lima, was completed in the spring of 2014. Project 2 reconstructed the existing lanes of Interstate 75 from Fourth Street to just north of Ohio 81 in Lima. This phase also includes the reconstruction of the Fourth Street, Ohio 81 and Ohio 117/309 interchanges; a safety upgrade to Ohio 309 east of the Interstate 75 interchange; and the reconstruction and realignment of Ohio 81 from Neubrecht to Stewart Road. This phase was completed in 2014. Project 3, from the Auglaize County line to Fourth Street, began in 2014. This phase also includes the reconstruction of the Breese Road and Ohio 65 interchanges as well as the replacement of the Hanthorn and McClain Road bridges over Interstate 75. The overall project is scheduled to be completed in 2016.

 

 

Project information may be found on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ODOTLima75; on Twitter, prefaced with #ODOTLima75, at https://twitter.com/#!/ODOT_NWOhio; and on the Web at www.odotlima75.org.

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