Construction to impact drivers along busy stretch of I-75 in Montgomery County

MONTGOMERY COUNTY — Drivers traveling on Interstate 75 between U.S. 35 and Interstate 70 will be impacted due to a construction project starting later this week.

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Beginning Tuesday, Interstate 75 will be reconstructed between State Route Four and Needmore Road, according to the Ohio Department of Transportation.

There will be a reconstruction including a traffic pattern shift, ramp closures, and lane restrictions in each direction. This includes both rehabilitation and new pavement.

Orange barrels have already been placed on Interstate 75 between Needmore Road and State Route Four.

Drivers should expect three 11′ lanes in each direction of I-75 to shift to the right starting Tuesday, May 23, through November 2023, ODOT said.

Road crews will be completing work on the interior lanes on both sides of the median and the new traffic pattern will maintain three lanes of traffic in each direction.

The entire project is expected to be completed in the summer of 2026.

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