LIBERTY TOWNSHIP — Drivers taking possibly Ohio 256 or Ohio 37 may have found new signage and warnings about development. If not, they need to maintain an eye on the intersection as the Ohio Department of Transportation has begun a important building challenge at their intersection, east of Baltimore.
ODOT declared the planned construction job will increase remaining-convert lanes to all instructions of travel, and new website traffic patterns will be put in as nicely.
According to the undertaking webpage, Ohio 37 northbound and Ohio 256 eastbound will be the 1st lanes focused. Ohio 37 southbound and Ohio 256 westbound will each continue being open up. The north- and eastbound lanes are envisioned to keep on being closed throughout most of the venture.
The condition has posted a detour for the two the north- and eastbound lanes. For northbound site visitors, motorists should choose Ohio 37 to US 22, or Lancaster’s Key Street, to Ohio 158, then push to Interstate 70, then exiting on Ohio 37. Neighborhood visitors can journey on Ohio 37 to Pleasantville Highway, to Old Millersport Highway, to Canal Road, again to Ohio 37.
For the eastbound route, motorists can journey from Ohio 256 to Ohio 158 to Lancaster’s Main Road (US 22), to Ohio 188 to Ohio 256. The regional traffic can journey together Ohio 256 to Ohio 158 to Pleasantville Street to Outdated Millersport Highway, back again to Ohio 256.
This write-up initially appeared on Lancaster Eagle-Gazette: Key targeted visitors adjustments coming to intersection of Ohios 256 and 37