Scioto Trail - Downtown
Beginning Wednesday, October 16, 2013 the westbank of the Scioto Trail, between Dodge Park and Main Street, will close. This closure is for the removal of the Main Street dam. This section of path will be closed for the next 18-24 months.
Scioto Trail Greenways Project
Olentangy Trail at Goodale Street
Construction has started on the Olentangy Trail at Goodale Street. A bike/ped bridge between Olentangy River Road to near Michigan Ave & a ramp to connect Goodale Street (overpass) with the Olentangy Trail will be installed. During construction, the trail will remain open and caution signs will be posted marking areas of construction. Please use extreme caution and slow down when passing through the construction zone---workers and equipment will be close to the edges of the path.
Ohio to Erie Trail
Ohio to Erie Trail/Westerville Bikeway
The construction of the Westerville B&W Trail Bridge over County Line Rd will begin the week of August 12. This bridge will provide a safe crossing for pedestrians and bicyclists along this portion of the Westerville B&W (Bike & Walk System), which is part of the City’s 27+ miles of leisure paths and trails. This piece of the Westerville B&W, located just east of N. State St on County Line Road, is the community’s connector to the statewide Ohio-to-Erie Trail. During construction, the bikeway and leisure path will be closed. Detours will be posted. This project is scheduled for completion in May 2014. For more details click here.
670/71 Bridge Reconstruction Project
A section of the I-670 Trail between St. Clair and the north entry drive to Fort Hayes High School will be closed beginning December 7, 2011. This 800' closure is for the 670/71 bridge reconstruction project. The path segment will be closed until 2014. The east leg of the trail, from Nelson Road to St. Clair, and the west leg from Jack Gibbs/Cleveland Avenue to Fort Hayes, will remain open. An on-street detour is posted using Spring Street and Long Street.
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