By 1808Delaware

As Delaware County continues its current round of infrastructure enhancements, here’s a roundup of the latest road and bridge updates to help residents and commuters plan their travel accordingly.

Spearheading Infrastructure Safety

The Delaware County Engineer’s Office plays a pivotal role in the county’s infrastructure management, focusing on the construction and maintenance of roads and bridges. The office also issues permits for work in county right-of-ways, ensuring that all projects adhere to safety standards without disrupting the existing road network. Residents can access real-time updates on ongoing and planned projects via the Engineer’s Office website.

Upcoming Road and Railroad Closures in Radnor Township

Starting April 22, Radnor Township will experience temporary railroad crossing closures due to track upgrades. The scheduled closures are as follows:

  • Norton Road: Closed from April 22 to April 26.
  • Curtis Road & Thomas Road: Closed from April 29 to May 3.

These closures are weather dependent and could change. Motorists are advised to follow detour signs and drive carefully around construction zones.

Glick Road Westbound Lane Closure Details

The westbound lane of Glick Road over the O’Shaughnessy Dam will be closed from April 15 to July 22, from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM on weekdays. This closure is due to the City of Columbus’s project to make improvements to the dam’s gatehouses and nearby infrastructure. The eastbound lane will remain open, and the road will be fully operational from June 3 to June 9 to accommodate The Memorial Tournament traffic.

Fry Road Closure for Culvert Replacement

Fry Road between Mills Road and State Route 257 will be closed from April 15 to April 25 for a culvert replacement project. This project is crucial for ensuring the longevity and safety of the roadway in Scioto and Concord Townships.

Staying Informed and Prepared

These projects are part of ongoing efforts to enhance safety and efficiency across Delaware County’s transportation network. Residents and commuters should stay informed of closures and project updates to minimize disruptions to their daily routines.

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