Weekly Construction Update for District 4 of the Ohio Department of Transportation (Summit County):


WEEK OF NOVEMBER 15

AKRON, Ohio – The following construction projects are expected to affect highways in Summit County next week. All work described is if time permits.

Interstate 76/77 Akron Beltway
Interstate 76/77 Akron Beltway reconstruction, Akron – reconstruction of I-76 / I-77 between Princeton Ave. at V. Odom Blvd., I-77 between Cole Ave. and Waterloo Rd., and State Route 8 / I- 76 / I-77 Central Interchange.

NEW IMPACTS

I-77 southbound at Kenmore stage has reopened.
On Wednesday evening, November 17, at 10 p.m., the ramp at State Route 261 / V. Odom Blvd. southbound to I-77 will be closed until Thursday morning, November 18 at 6 a.m. The detour will be Romig Rd./State St. to I-76.
Wednesday evening, November 17, at 10 p.m., I-77 southbound to State Route 261 / V. Odom Blvd. will be closed until Thursday morning November 18 at 6 a.m. The detour will be I-77 southbound to I-76 / Kenmore Leg to the Battles Ave exit. 22nd to Kenmore Blvd. to I-76 Eastbound / Kenmore Leg to I-77 Northbound to V. Odom Blvd.

NEW IMPACT – Starting Monday morning, November 22, tracking lane restrictions and ramp closures will occur until late fall 2022.

I-77 northbound between I-277 / US 224 and the Central Interchange will be reduced to two lanes.
The ramp from I-277 / US 224 westbound to I-77 northbound will be closed. The detour will be I-277 westbound to I-76 / Kenmore Leg.
The ramp from I-277 / US 224 eastbound to I-77 northbound will be closed. The detour will be I-76 / Kenmore Leg.
The ramp from Waterloo Rd. To I-77 northbound will be closed. The detour will be Main St. or Arlington Rd. North to I-76 or south to I-277.
The ramp from State Route 764 / Wilbeth Rd. To I-77 northbound will be closed. The detour will be Main St. or Arlington Rd. North to I-76 or south to I-277.
The ramp from Archwood Avenue to I-77 northbound will be closed. The detour will be Main St. or Arlington Rd. North to I-76 or south to I-277.
NEW IMPACT

On Tuesday morning, November 23, at 6 a.m., I-77 northbound at Kenmore Stage will reopen.

State Route 91, US 224 and Canton Rd. Widening and Safety Improvements, Lakemore & Springfield Township
As of Sunday morning, November 21, the following traffic patterns will be in place:

Canton Road between Springfield Lake Dr and US 224 cannot turn left. Northbound traffic must use the U-turn at Linwood Rd and southbound traffic must use the U-turn at Springfield Lake Dr.
State Route 91 and Canton Rd between Lakemore Shopping Plaza and Russet Lane have various daily lane restrictions.
S. 224 between E. Park Way and Ewart Rd. Has various daily lane restrictions.
The following traffic patterns are currently in place until Saturday evening, November 20:

No right turns are allowed for trucks from State Route 91 southbound to US 224 westbound. The detour is Canton Rd. Southbound to Springfield Lake Dr turn to Canton Rd. Northbound.
No left turns are permitted from US 224 eastbound to State Route 91 northbound. The detour is Canton Rd. Southbound to Springfield Lake Dr turn to Canton Rd. Northbound.
No left turns are allowed for US 224 trucks westbound to Canton Rd. Southbound. The detour is Canton Rd. Northbound to Linwood Road. turn to Canton Rd. South.
S. 224 between E. Park Way and Ewart Rd. Is reduced to one lane in each direction until late fall 2021.
Canton Road and State Route 91 is reduced to one lane in each direction between Lakemore Shopping Plaza and Russet Lane.
Canton Rd between Springfield Lake Dr and US 224 cannot turn left. northbound traffic should use the U-turn at Linwood Rd and southbound traffic should use the U-turn at Springfield Lake Dr.
Estimated completion, May 2022.

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