The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 6 reports these projects within the District Six space and warns of doable delays or lane closures:
KENTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY – HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO
• Brent Spence Bridge – I-71/75 Southbound/Northbound (191.3 – 191.8 marker) – A routine upkeep challenge to wash and paint the Brent Spence Bridge is underway. The challenge would require numerous lane closures on each the north and southbound decks of the bridge, in addition to the closure of a number of ramps that present entry to the bridge. Follow @BrentSpenceInfo on Facebook and Twitter. Drivers are inspired to plan their drive, and when doable, use alternate routes to get across the bridge. The challenge is predicted to be full by Nov. 15, 2021.
• KY 20 (Petersburg Road) 12.2 – 16.6 mile-marker – A resurfacing challenge is in progress (climate allowing) on KY 20 from Bullittsville Church Road to KY 237. Motorists ought to train warning and look ahead to flaggers, site visitors management units, development personnel and gear getting into and leaving the work zone.
• I-75 SB (183 – 178 mile-marker) – There aren’t any lane closures or impacts to site visitors because of our work within the space. Please drive safely. An interstate rehabilitation challenge is nearing completion between US 42 to KY 536 (Mt. Zion Road).
• KY 237 (Pleasant Valley Road) – A challenge is in progress on Pleasant Valley Road between Valley View Drive and Rogers Lane. The roadway is being widened and re-aligned and consists of the development of a bridge and roundabout. Traffic is on the brand new alignment from simply north of Oakbrook Road/Carters Mill Lane to Rogers Lane to permit for the following section of development. The new site visitors sample will maintain one lane open in every course on KY 237 and Camp Ernst Road. All site visitors will make the most of the brand new roundabout intersection of KY 237 and Camp Ernst Road. This site visitors sample is predicted to stay in place by means of challenge completion, which is predicted by summer season 2021.
Ongoing site visitors impacts:
The intersection of Pleasant Valley Rd. (KY 237) and Thunder Ridge Dr. stays closed. Residential site visitors will be unable to entry Pleasant Valley Rd. from Thunder Ridge Dr., and site visitors on Pleasant Valley Rd. will be unable to entry Thunder Ridge Dr. The intersection is predicted to stay closed by means of spring 2021.
• KY 536 (Mt Zion Road) Double Crossover Diamond (DCD) interchange – Construction is in progress between Tiburon Drive and US 25 (Dixie Highway). The new single-lane roundabout on the intersection of Sherwood Lakes Dr. and the Biltmore Connector is now OPEN. The new connection that runs from Biltmore Blvd. to Investment Way is also open. As a reminder, site visitors wishing to enter the roundabout ought to all the time yield to site visitors already circling the roundabout.
Ongoing site visitors impacts, climate allowing:
Crews will likely be working alongside Mt. Zion Rd. between Tiburon Dr. and Dixie Hwy. (US 25). Occasional lane closures may happen, however site visitors will likely be maintained with flaggers when wanted.
The entry street that join Berberich Dr. and Sam Neace Dr. is open.
• KY 338 (Richwood Road) Double Crossover Diamond (DCD) interchange and U.S. 25 Dixie Highway SPUI – Work is in progress. Traffic on U.S. 25 is in a brand new site visitors sample as work continues throughout the challenge space.
Ongoing Traffic Reminders:
The proper lane of I-71/75 northbound is closed from roughly one-half mile south of the Richwood Rd. (KY 338) exit to the bridge over Frogtown Rd. (The size of the closure is roughly one mile.) This closure is predicted to stay in place by means of the top of the 12 months whereas enchancment work continues within the northbound ramp space.
In addition, the fitting lane of I-71/75 southbound is closed on the Richwood Rd. (KY 338) exit for roughly one mile. This closure is predicted to be in place by means of the top of the 12 months.
Crews are working alongside Richwood Rd. (KY 338) between Triple Crown Blvd./Grand National Blvd. and Dixie Hwy. (US 25), and alongside the US 25 hall. Occasional lane closures may happen, however site visitors will likely be maintained with flaggers when wanted. Please concentrate on development automobiles getting into and exiting the challenge space.
Crews are also persevering with work on Best Pal Dr., Winning Colors Dr., and Triple Crown Blvd. weekdays between 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. During this time, momentary street closures may be wanted, and short-term detours will likely be put into place.
Railroad Crossings Update:
The Old Lexington Pike railroad crossing simply south of Richwood Rd. is closed. All site visitors will use Chambers Rd. to entry US 25 and I-71/75. Temporary site visitors indicators have been put in on the intersection of Chambers Rd. and US 25 to assist enhance site visitors movement. (Signals will stay flashing till operational.)
This site visitors sample is predicted to be in place all through the period of the development work, which is scheduled to proceed by means of 2022, however choices to cut back the size of this closure are being evaluated.
The railroad crossing at Richwood Rd. and US 25 is now completely closed.
During development, site visitors will cross the railroad tracks on the intersection of Shorland Dr./Winning Colors Dr., the place new site visitors indicators are operational and timed to assist ease congestion and help site visitors movement by means of the intersection.
This closure is required so that momentary railroad tracks might be constructed within the challenge space to permit for main intersection enhancements at Richwood Rd. and US 25.
• New I-275 – Graves Road Interchange – The new DCD interchange is OPEN to site visitors. Work will proceed on a brand new street connecting to KY 20 (Petersburg Road). Graves Road is closed between Worldwide Blvd. and Sequoia Dr. Access for residential site visitors solely will likely be permitted. The closure is predicted to stay in place till Sunday, Aug. 1, 2021, climate allowing, and is required so that development of the brand new roadway can happen.
• KY 1120 (tenth & eleventh Street) 0.2 – 1.3 mile-marker – A resurfacing challenge is in progress (climate allowing) on KY 1120 between Brighton St. and the Newport Pavilion in Newport. Crews are engaged on the sidewalk ramps at tenth St. and Orchard St., Saratoga St., Washington Ave, Hamlet St., and Boone St. Milling and paving will comply with later within the spring. Motorists ought to train warning and look ahead to flaggers, site visitors management units, development personnel and gear getting into and leaving the work zone.
• KY 2926 (Winters Lane) 0.8 – 0.9 mile-marker – The street is closed to by means of site visitors resulting from a slide. Local residents have entry. Please use KY 8 to KY 445 as a detour till the street is repaired.
• KY 1501 (Hands Pike) – Construction on a brand new, two-lane street will realign Hands Pike from the KY 17 (Madison Pike) and KY 3035 (Old Madison Pike) intersection to Crystal Lake Drive is in progress. Traffic impacts will likely be minimal. Motorists ought to look ahead to development crews and gear within the challenge space.
• John A. Roebling Bridge (KY 17) – The John A. Roebling Bridge is totally closed to vehicular site visitors for a prolonged restoration challenge to protect the 154 year-old historic landmark. A pedestrian walkway will stay open through the challenge. The bridge is scheduled to reopen to site visitors by the top of November and the general challenge is predicted to be full by Dec. 31. Motorists may use the Clay Wade Bailey Bridge (U.S. 25) or the 4th Street/Veterans Bridge (KY 8) to the Taylor Southgate Bridge (U.S. 27) as a detour.
• KY 2373 (Bromley-Crescent Springs Road) – 3.1 – 3.8 mile-marker – A security enchancment challenge is in progress between Anderson Road and Amsterdam Road. Watch for crews, gear and lane closures within the work zone.
• KY 177 (Decoursey Pike) – 11.8 – 19.3 mile-marker – A pavement challenge is in progress on KY 177 (Decoursey Pike) from KY 2044 (Petty Road) to Banklick Creek Bridge. Weather and crew schedule allowing, base failure work will happen throughout weekdays from 7:30 a.m. till 6:30 p.m. Flaggers will shut one lane within the work zone. Crews will return within the spring of 2021 to finish the resurfacing of this 7.5-mile part of roadway.
WORK ZONE TIPS
1. Expect the surprising.
2. Slow down.
3. Don’t tailgate. Keep a secure distance between you and the automotive forward of you.
4. Keep a secure distance between your automobile and the development staff and gear.
5. Pay consideration to the indicators.
6. Obey street crew flaggers.
7. Stay alert and decrease distractions.
8. Keep up with the site visitors movement.
9. Navigate site visitors with GoKY TRIMARC or through Waze in your smartphone!
10. You can comply with us on the social media hyperlinks beneath.
11. Knowing the place the development zones are previous to the journey can decrease frustration and delays.
12. Be affected person and keep calm.
For extra info, go to DrivingNKYProgress
Kentucky Department of Transportation District 6