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Lane closures for Columbia Parkway rehab begin Monday

(Source: KEYC News Now, File)
(Source: KEYC News Now, File)(KEYC News Now, File)
Updated: Apr. 25, 2021 at 8:38 PM EDT
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CINCINNATI (FOX19) - Lane closures on Columbia Parkway begin Monday and are expected to continue over the next
six months for a road rehabilitation project.

According to Cincinnati’s Department of Transportation and Engineering (DOTE), the construction will occur between Delta Avenue and William Howard Taft Road.

For the coming week, crews will be working in multiple lanes, starting in the fast eastbound lane at Taft heading toward Delta.

An electronic arrow board will be placed ahead of the work zone to help drivers. Cincinnati Police will also be on-site to help direct traffic.

Officials say the $3 million project, which involves full-depth repairs and concrete pours, is funded by a state grant. It is scheduled to be finished by Oct. 31.

DOTE says crews are generally expected to work from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the lanes opposite of rush hour traffic. All lanes will reopen when crews aren’t working.

Updates will be shared as the project progresses.

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