Major ODOT construction projects expected in 2023

It’s that time of the year when motorists around the Miami Valley will begin seeing thousands of orange barrels along the roads.

The Ohio Department of Transportation has released a list of their major construction projects for 2023. We have provided some of the important projects that will likely impact your travel.

>> MAPS: 2023 ODOT Construction Projects


  • South Yellow Springs St. reconstruction (May)
  • I-70 resurfacing from State Route 41 to Madison Co. line (May)


  • US 35 interchange at Valley and Trebein roads (In progress)
  • Roadwork on SR 72 near Cedarville (In progress)
    • Northbound is expected to shut down in early April.


  • I-75 rebuild between SR 741 and Dixie Drive
  • I-75 rebuild between SR 4 and Needmore Road
  • I-75 reconstruction near Dryden Road (Ramp to NB I-75 closed starting April 9th, ending July 2025)
  • Reconfiguring US 35/Woodman Drive interchange into a tight urban diamond
  • Bridge deck replacement/structural repairs on SR 4 over Webster and Keowee streets in Dayton. (In progress)
  • Salem Avenue reconstruction between Cornell and Manhattan drives in Dayton
  • Union Blvd. Resurfacing between US 40 and Gateway Drive in Englewood
  • Wilmington Pike resurfacing between Beaverton Drive and Stroop Road in Kettering
  • Free Pike resurfacing between SR 49 (Trotwood Connector) to Wolf Creek Pike
  • SR 4 resurfacing between SR 725 and Butler Co. Line in the Germantown area
  • Spinning Road resurfacing between Linden and Eastman avenues in Riverside
  • SR 741 resurfacing between SR 725 and Kingsridge Dr in Miami Township


  • West Main Street improvements from West of Ridge Avenue to I-75 NB ramps in Troy
  • I-75 resurfacing from County Road 25A interchange in Piqua to just south of Piqua rest areas
  • Troy-Urbana Road resurfacing between DeWeese Road and the Champaign County line
  • East Main Street resurfacing between Mulberry Street and SR 202 in Troy
  • SR 55 resurfacing between Lincoln Avenue and E. Franklin Street in Troy

If you wound like more information about ODOT projects around the state, check out the “Projects” page here.

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