ODOT provides local construction information

During the week ending March 25: The following traffic advisories include restrictions on the state highway system in Clinton County. All work will be weather dependent. For statewide construction and road condition information, visit the ODOT website at www.Ohgo.com.


I-71 Bridge Replacement – Bridge replacement at I-71 over Anderson Fork and Grassi Fork, between the SR 134 flyover and the Green County line. Traffic has been changed and is maintained in both directions. The project is scheduled to be completed in autumn 2023.


CR 87 (Davids Drive) Pavement Rehabilitation – Redevelopment of Davids Drive between SR 134 and Ollinger Circle near Wilmington Christian Academy. Traffic is currently maintained in both directions and traffic north from SR 134 will be maintained on a single lane for the duration of construction, with occasional restrictions in effect daily from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. South Davids Drive will be closed at Fife Avenue; however, a roadway closure schedule has yet to be determined. All work is scheduled to be completed by the end of autumn 2023.

SR 73/380 Intersection Improvement – Widening and construction of a turn lane at the SR 73/SR 380 intersection, southwest of the city of Wilmington. Wednesday-Friday, March 29-31, SR 380 will be closed at its northbound intersection with SR 73, south of Cathys Lane, to lay a waterline for Western Water. Traffic will bypass US 68, SR 380, Katys Lane, and SR 73. The entire project is scheduled for completion in October 2023.


US 22 (Rombach Avenue) Improvement/Resurfacing – On Rombach Avenue, between Eastside Drive and the Wilmington Corporation boundary, near SR 73 Interchange. Crews have minor finishing work to complete and will have little or no impact on traffic. All work is expected to be completed in mid-spring 2023.

US 68 (South Street) signaling – at US 68 (South Street) at the intersection with US 22/3 (Locust/Main Street) and Sugar Tree Street in Wilmington. Traffic will be provided during opening hours; however, there will be occasional restrictions as well as short-term closures of parking areas and headlands at varying intervals. All work is scheduled to be completed by the end of spring 2023.

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