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Posted on: May 7, 2018
[ARCHIVED] Croft Road Construction - Road Work
Croft Road construction between State Route 4 and Columbus Avenue begins Monday, May 7, 2018, and will continue approximately 210 calendar days, broken into four (4) phases as follows:
Phase 1– May 7, 2018
The contractor will construct the south side of the roadway improvements on Croft Road from State Route 4 to Robert Eastman Road. The roadway will be reduced to one lane, two direction traffic at the bridge near Overlook Drive, controlled by a temporary signal.
Immediately following Phase 1, the contractor will construct the north side of the roadway improvements on Croft Road from State Route 4 to Robert Eastman Road. The roadway will be reduced to one lane, two direction traffic at the bridge near Overlook Drive, controlled by a temporary signal.
The contractor will close Croft Road to through traffic between Robert Eastman Road and Columbus Avenue. Traffic will be detoured. Access to residents located in this section will be maintained for the duration of this phase.
The final phase of work extends from State Route 4 to Columbus Avenue and includes milling the pavement, resurfacing the entire roadway, application of new pavement markings, and signage.
Your patience throughout this process has been appreciated. Please continue to watch for changes in traffic patterns and follow signs accordingly.
Contact: Kenneth D. Fenton (937) 521-1807.
The owner on this project is the Board of Clark County Commissioners, administered by the Johnathan A. Burr, Clark County Engineer. The work is being performed on this project is J & J Schlaegel, Inc., Urbana, Ohio.