Major construction work on I-75 south of Dayton will begin next week.

Some upcoming construction projects will hit state highways in Montgomery County next week, according to the Ohio Department of Transportation.

Interstate 75 is expected to be reconstructed between SR 725 and US 35, resulting in traffic changes, ramp closures, and lane restrictions. According to ODOT, the project includes new pavement, minor repairs to the bridge, lighting and storm sewers.


From March 26 to April 21, I-75 will be closed to multiple lanes in both directions. The lanes will be closed every night from 19:00 to 07:00.

Crews will work to move one northbound lane to the south side of I-75, ODOT said, allowing this new traffic pattern to have three lanes in each direction.

At Dryden Road, the I-75 northbound exit will be closed from April 9 until July 2025 as part of the I-75 redevelopment plan.

There will be a detour from Dryden Road to Northlawn Avenue to Springboro Pike (SR 741) to I-75 north.

The Olentangy Drive Bridge will be closed between Bayside Drive and Barrett Drive from Monday, April 10 through Sunday, July 9. as the brigades will replace the bridge.

The detour will run from Bayside Drive to Spinning Road to Barrett Drive.


Crews to work on road lighting on I-75 north between Little York Road and I-70 from March 21 to March 23 from 7:00 pm to 6:00 am, which will result in a lane closure.


Lane closures on both sides of Woodman Drive between Colmar Avenue and Burckhardt Road began on March 6 and will last until March 24. Brigades work on the bridge daily from 8:00 to 16:00.

The I-75 redevelopment project is expected to be completed in the summer of 2025.

visit ODOT site and for further travel updates.

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