LIMA, Ohio (WFFT) — The following construction projects are anticipated to affect highways in Northwest Ohio counties next week. The Ohio Department of Transportation says all outlined work is weather permitting.
- VAN WERT COUNTY
State Route 117 between SR 116 and Road T-8 will close June 1 for a culvert replacement.
Detour: U.S. 127 to SR 81 to SR 116 back to SR 117.
State Route 637 between C-12 and Feasby Wisner Road, approximately two miles south of the village of Grover Hill, will close on June 8 for two weeks to replace three culverts.
Detour: U.S. 224 to SR 66 to SR 114 back to SR 637.
Jefferson Street between Main Street and Crawford Street, just south of Central Avenue in the city of Van Wert will close on May 11 for approximately 90 days for a bridge replacement.
Detour: Main St. to Jefferson St. to Central Street to Washington Street to Crawford Street.
- PAULDING COUNTY
State Route 637 between Township Road 156 and Township Road 168 will close June 1 for five days for pavement repairs.
Detour: SR 613 to SR 66 back to SR 637.
- DEFIANCE COUNTY
River Drive and Fort Street in the city of Defiance. Additional work around the Clinton Street bridge will continue through summer 2020.
West River Drive west of Clinton Street is closed.
East River Drive from Clinton Street to High Street is closed with access maintained to Pontiac Park.
Fort Street from Clinton Street to Wayne Avenue is closed.
State Route 18 in the village of Hicksville will close for railroad repair on Tuesday, Mar. 31 through May 2020.
The closure has been extended through mid-June.
Detour: Elm Street to Meuse-Argonne Road/Hicksville Edgerton Road to Industrial Drive to SR 49 to SR 2 back to SR 18.
State Route 66 between Steinberger Road (Road 56) and Flory Road (Road 68) will close June 1 for a culvert replacement.
Detour: SR 6 to U.S. 24 back to SR 66.
State Route 249 at Openlander Road (Road 124) will close June 8 for four days for a culvert replacement.
Detour: SR 2 to U.S. 6 to U.S. 127 back to SR 249.
- WILLIAMS COUNTY
No active projects.
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