Centerville said drivers should “expect delays and consider alternative routes during peak traffic hours,” in a news release.
Of Ohio 48 intersections in Centerville, only the Alex-Bell Road and Interstate 675 intersections have a higher daily average traffic volume, ODOT records show.
The lane closure area will move south with the work, according to the city. Centerville officials said project contractor - Adleta Construction of Cincinnati - will work to move away from the intersection as quickly as possible.
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Phase II of the 2020 concrete program includes curb replacement, curb ramp replacement, sidewalk repairs and various storm improvements.
Traffic will be maintained in at least one lane in both directions and crews will work on one side of the road at a time, city officials said. The project is scheduled to be complete by Nov. 6.
Adleta Construction was awarded a contract of up to $389,435.49 in March after submitting the low bid on the project, city records show.
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Meanwhile, the city has announced the reopening of the Loop Road bridge between Ohio 48 and Ohio 725.
ODOT has been working on bridge repairs since mid-March. They included deck patching with an asphalt overlay, water proofing, work on the east barrier wall, safety fence replacement and guardrail work, according to the city.