Clinton and Greene County residents should expect a delay while driving on state routes 729 and 380 this week, according to a spokesperson from the Ohio Department of Transportation.
The Ohio Department of Transportation will be starting a culvert repair project on Monday, Oct. 30.
A single-lane closure will be in effect in Clinton County on S.R. 729, between Derivan and Leeka roads, the spokesperson said.
ODOT crews will invert the pavement and repair the damaged metal pipe.
Crews will then move north on S.R. 729 between Henry and Cox roads, on Wednesday, Nov. 1, to repair the culvert, the spokesperson said.
Starting Thursday, Nov. 2 ODOT crews will move onto Greene County on S.R. 380 between Spring Valley Paintersville Road and Peterson Road.
This culvert repair will take two days from Thursday, Nov. 2 to Friday, Nov. 3, the spokesperson said.
Throughout the week, single-lane restrictions will occur at each location from approximately 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day.
Temporary signals will maintain traffic during hours of operation, the spokesperson said.
At all other times, two-way traffic will be maintained with no restrictions, and the work schedule will be contingent upon the weather.
For ongoing traffic, construction, and weather-related information throughout the state, visit www.OHGO.com.