I-75 Construction Project Moves to Next Phase

Oct. 13, 2023
The project is scheduled to be finished in the summer of 2025

The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) announced that the construction project on Interstate 75 has moved onto the next phase.

The ramp from E. Dixie Drive to I-75 North is now open to traffic.

However, more traffic pattern changes will occur on I-75 in Montgomery County between U.S. 35 and S.R. 741 in the coming weeks according to ODOT.

With winter coming up, crews are working to switch traffic patterns on I-75.

The new pattern will create three lanes of traffic in each direction, located on the outside lanes of the interstate. The contraflow lane will be closed during the winter months.

This change will restore an emergency breakdown shoulder south of Dryden Road.

Concrete barriers will stay where they are between Edwin C. Moses and Dryden Road on I-75 South. This will allow work to be completed in the median, according to ODOT.

Drivers should prepare for overnight lane closures during the week of Oct. 23.

This pattern will remain in place until May 2024 when the next phase of construction is scheduled to begin.

The project is scheduled to be finished in the summer of 2025.


Source: Yahoo.com