Brochures keep merchants informed

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The Ohio Department of Transportation distributed information to businesses along Route 224 to keep merchants informed about the bridge project that started earlier this week.

The brochures detail the project including traffic restrictions and how long the project will take to complete.

ODOT started the $5.8 million project on Monday that includes widening the Route 224 bridge over I-680 and redoing several ramps.

“The front of the brochure we have a map of it and a description of what’s gonna be going on at certain locations,” said Brent Kovacs, public information officer for ODOT District 4. “We have contact information so everyone knows how to get a hold of us if they have any questions throughout the project.”

During the first month of the project expect to see restrictions from 9 p.m. to 6 p.m. beginning in August. Route 224 will be restricted to only one lane in each direction from Tiffany Boulevard to Audubon Avenue. There will also be various ramp closures.

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