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Posted on: May 7, 2014

Dayton Springfield Road Construction - Road Closure


Work on County Road 333 - Dayton Springfield Road will start construction on Monday, May 12, 2014 and continue throughout the 2014 construction season and be completed by June, 2015.

The project is located in Mad River Township, between the Village of Enon and I-675 at the Clark County line. Full depth improvements will begin at the east edge of the railroad overpass bridge and extend to Stine Road, while the entire corridor from the I-675 to the west corporation line of the Village of Enon, will be resurfaced.

This project will provide storm sewer, water main and roadside drainage improvements, traffic signal replacements and upgrades, asphalt concrete resurfacing and joint repair, and will construct a two-way left turn lane throughout the primary commercial and residential areas west of the Village of Enon. The widening for the two-way left turn lane encompasses the portion between Philadelphia Drive and Stine Road. Additional work includes the replacement of the traffic signals at Wescott, Snider and Stine Roads and storm sewer upgrades throughout the area.

Two-way traffic will be maintained on Dayton Springfield Road and access to all businesses will be maintained throughout the remainder of the project. The decision to maintain traffic on Dayton Springfield Road in lieu of a full closure of the roadway does extend the duration of the project, but it is necessary to provide continued access to businesses. Your patience throughout this process is appreciated. Please watch for changes in traffic patterns and follow signs accordingly. An advisory speed of 35 mph will be posted throughout the project.

The owner on this project is the Board of Clark County Commissioners, administered by the Johnathan A. Burr, Clark County Engineer at a cost of $ 5,713,512.90. The work is being performed on this project is R.B. Jergens of Vandalia, Ohio.

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