The City of Columbus will close 9th Avenue, west of Neil Avenue, on Tuesday, January 25 at 9:30 a.m. for roadway repairs due to a water main break that occurred the week of January 17. The road is anticipated to reopen by approximately 11 a.m. on Tuesday, depending on roadway conditions. Updates will be posted on this page. Access to garages will be maintained via Medical Center Drive.
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The City of Columbus required a road closure on 9th Ave. west of Neil Ave. (at the northeast corner...
Beginning Monday (Jan. 17) early morning through Tuesday (Feb. 1) early morning, communications upgrades will be undertaken at three locations: north of Parks Hall, northwest of Cunz Hall, southwest of Norton House. Signage will detour pedestrians around the construction zones as work progresses.
UPDATE - AEP has advised that, beginning Friday (Jan. 14), it will conduct utility work at several locations on Cannon Dr., King Ave., Indianola Ave., East 8th Ave., to add electricity capacity in the area. AEP anticipates lane restrictions as work proceeds from west to east overall but no detours or CABS impacts
During the Cannon Dr. impact, SB traffic will be reduced to a single lane, accommodating left turns, straight travel, and right turns. Additionally, signage will detour pedestrians and cyclists to Cannon Drive's east sidewalk between Herrick Dr. and 12th Ave.
Starting Monday (Jan. 3) early morning through Friday (Jan. 7) late afternoon , Woody Hayes Dr. between Herrick Dr. and Fyffe Rd. will undergo lane restrictions to accommodate utility work, as shown in the map. Two-way traffic will be maintained.
UPDATE - Beginning Wednesday (Jan. 12) through the beginning of March , the two eastbound lanes between Herrick Dr. and Fyffe Rd. will close for utility work. Two-way, single-lane traffic will be maintained in the westbound lanes. To accommodate the lane shift, lane restrictions will begin west of Coffey Rd. For phase 2, traffic will be shifted to the eastbound lanes.
UPDATE - On Wednesday (Jan. 5) from early morning through late afternoon, 19th Ave. by Bolz Hall will be closed. Signage will detour pedestrians. Traffic will be detoured to A&J Glenn Ave. and to Woodruff Ave. To prepare, set-up in the area will begin on Thursday (Dec. 30).
Beginning Monday (Jan. 3) early morning through Thursday (Jan. 6) late afternoon, lane restrictions will be in place at the intersection of Woody Hayes Dr. and Herrick Dr. to accommodate installation of permanent traffic signals.
Beginning Monday (Jan. 3) through April, various impacts will take place in the southern Agricultural drive lane and parking area to accommodate utility work. Signage will detour pedestrians during a sidewalk closure. Access to the Ag Engineering loading dock will be maintained, including farm equipment. Parking spaces will be closed along the drive lane.
From Monday (Jan. 3) early morning through Friday (Jan. 7) mid day, construction fencing at Hamilton Hall will be adjusted to accommodate the next phase of construction. Two-way traffic to the Brain and Spine Hospital will be accommodated along the east side of Prior Hall. Signage will detour pedestrians to the east side of Neil Ave. Access to Hamilton Hall will be maintained at its southeast entrance. The COTA bus stop temporarily will be be out of service during the site reconfiguration and will reopen at the south end of the block near 10th Ave.