Road repair and wreck updates


Sunbury News Staff Reports



Two west side crashes impact Tuesday am commute

Around 5 AM on Jan. 30, a tandem tractor trailer carrying hazardous material crashed on I-270 NB at Roberts Road. All NB lanes are closed and so are the ramps from I-70 to I-270 NB. Duration: Hours

Earlier— around 3 AM, a tractor trailer transporting beer (photo) crashed on I-70 WB between I-270 NB and Hilliard Rome Road. Two lanes are of I-70 WB are open. Two lanes closed.

270 NB OPEN BY AFTERNOON DRIVE HOME

West Side Update: All lanes of 270 NB are expected to be open between I-70 and Roberts Road by 3 pm today. Crews are progressing on the clean up of the tandem tractor trailer— carrying hazardous materials— that crashed this morning near Roberts Road around 5 AM.

NORTHERN FRANKLIN COUNTY

TUESDAY, JANUARY 30 & WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31

270 N Franklin

I-270 SB between Tuttle Crossing Boulevard & Cemetery Road

9 AM: I-270 SB will be reduced to two lanes.

9 AM to 4 PM: Ramp from Tuttle Crossing Boulevard to I-270 SB will close

Detour: Tuttle Crossing Boulevard to I-270 NB to Sawmill Road exit to I-270 SB

The ramps at Cemetery and I-270 SB WILL NOT CLOSE TODAY.

That work is scheduled to begin tomorrow, Wednesday, January 31 at 9 AM.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 2018

9 AM: I-270 SB will be reduced to two lanes.

12 PM to 4 PM: Ramp from I-270 SB to Cemetery Road will close

Detour: I-270 SB to Roberts Road exit to I-270 NB to Cemetery Road

12 PM to 4 PM: Ramp from Cemetery Road to I-270 SB will close

Detour: Cemetery Road I-270 NB to Tuttle Crossing Boulevard exit to I-270 SB

4 PM: All lanes & ramps open

DOWNTOWN COLUMBUS

I-70 Between I-71 and SR 315

Nightly closures downtown for Grant Street Bridge Demolition

Both directions of Interstate 70 impacted

Actual bridge demolition is expected to begin Monday night, January 29.

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Sunbury News Staff Reports

Information for this story was provided by ODOT.

Information for this story was provided by ODOT.