CHILLICOTHE- The following construction projects are anticipated to affect highways in Pike County next week. All outlined work is weather permitting.
Beaver Pike Bridge Replacement - Beaver Pike will be closed starting Aug. 23 for a bridge replacement between the intersection with Buck Hollow Rd and Vulgamore Dr. The assigned detour is to head West on Beaver Pike to S.R. 335, West on S.R. 32 to Red Hollow Road. Estimated Completion: Fall 2021
Watson Road Slide Repair – Watson Road will be reduced to one lane between Mutton Run Road and the Ross County line starting July 27. Traffic will be maintained using temporary signals. Estimated Completion: Fall 2021
S.R. 32/Shyville Road Intersection Improvement – S.R. 32 is reduced to one lane in each direction immediately east and west of the Shyville Road intersection. As of July 21, The project has moved into the final phase of construction and the median is closed. There are no left turn movements at the intersection during this phase of construction. There are also no straight through movements for traffic on Shyville Road. The traffic signals are currently running in flash mode. The new U-turn lanes are now open to traffic and can be used to navigate the intersection. Estimated completion: Fall 2021
S.R. 335 Bridge Replacement - S.R. 335 will experience shoulder closures and intermittent lane restrictions daily from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. near the intersection with Mill Street in Omega starting June 28. Starting July 19, S.R. 335 will be reduced to one lane for the duration of construction. Traffic will be maintained using temporary signals. Estimated completion: Fall 2021
Germany Road Slide Repair – Project to repair an existing slide on Germany Road between Dutch Run Road and Millstone Road. The road will be closed for the duration of construction. Work is scheduled to begin May 17. Traffic will be detoured via Adams Road, Red Hollow Road, and Coal Dock Road. Estimated completion: Fall 2021
For more information contact: District 9 Public Information Office at 740-774-8834