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O.D.O.T. Has Busy Summer For Road And Bridge Work
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  Originally Published on: 6/10/2014

Road and bridge work season is upon us, and the Ohio Department of Transportation District Three has an ambitious list of projects to complete this summer. In Ashland County, a culvert is being replaced on State Route 58 north of Nankin, which has the road closed until July fifth. A culvert is also being replaced on State Route 95, three-tenths of a mile south of Armstrong Road in Worthington Township south of Butler. That project started Monday and should be done this Friday. Traffic is being detoured. Public Information Officer Christine Myers says ODOT District Three is spending about the same amount of money on projects as in past years, but statewide, a record $2.5- billion is being invested into improving roads and bridges.

   
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