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I-75 Downtown and DiSalle Bridge projects

Roadway Major Rehab

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  1. Proposed

  2. In Development

  3. Pre-construction

  4. Construction

  5. Completion

About the I-75 Downtown and DiSalle Bridge projects

The I-75 widening and reconstruction projects in Wood and Lucas counties together will:

  • Widen and reconstruct I-75 between Buck Road and Dorr Street to current standards, including reducing the curve between Wales Road and Miami Street
  • Reconfigure I-75 interchanges with Anthony Wayne Trail, South Avenue, and Miami Street to enhance safety
  • Replace I-75 (DiSalle Bridge) over the Maumee River

Current traffic impacts

I-75 between Buck Road and Monroe Street, within the cities of Toledo and Rossford, will be restricted to two lanes in each direction for widening, reconstruction, and bridge work through fall 2023. Overnight ramp closures at interchanges within the work zone are possible.

The following ramps and streets are affected as part of the project:

  • Collingwood Boulevard to I-75 southbound ramp is closed through summer 2020. Traffic detoured onto Colingwood Boulevard, Erie Street, Washington Street, and state Route 25 back to I-75 southbound.
  • Emerald Avenue and Segur Avenue under I-75 are closed through summer 2020.
  • Broadway Street between Newton Street and Segur Avenue will be restricted to one lane at times for overhead work.

For current traffic impacts within the work zone, visit OHGO.com or download the OHGO mobile app.

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