Beginning Wednesday (9/22) through Friday (9/24), from 9 a.m. to mid afternoon daily, the easternmost northbound lane on Fred Taylor Dr., just north of Lane Ave., will be closed for utility work. To accommodate, the left turn lanes - from eastbound Lane Ave. to northbound Fred Taylor Dr. - will be reduced to one left turn lane.
On Friday (9/24) from early morning through mid day, the southwest corner of the Animal Science Buildng will be blocked for a crane lift. Signage will detour pedestrians to the western area of the parking lot or through the building to access the east parking lot. Parking lot traffic will be maintained. The loading docks will be blocked.
Beginning Monday (10/11) early morning through Thursday (10/14) late afternoon, rolling lane restrictions will occur daily on Herrick Dr. between Woody Hayes Dr. and Tharp St. to accommodate landscaping work. Flaggers will facilitate two-way traffic in one lane.
On Thursday (9/2), equipment removal and roadway striping will occur along Herrick Drive, between Woody Hayes Drive and Olentangy River Road. During the striping, from approximately 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., the Med Center Express will be rerouted to Cannon Drive. Riders are encouraged to allow additional time for travel. These activities support returning Herrick Drive to two lanes of traffic on Friday (9/3).
On Monday (9/30) from early morning through mid-afternoon, sidewalk repairs will occur along the Woody Hayes Drive Bridge. Lane restrictions will be in place while the repairs are being made, with work occurring on one side of the roadway first, then proceeding to the other side of the road. Two-way traffic and pedestrian access will be maintained. Traffic delays may occur.
On Tuesday (8/24), from 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., the sidewalk on the south side of 12th Avenue, between College Road and High Street, will be closed for utility work. Signage will detour pedestrians to the north side of 12th Avenue. Lane restrictions along 12th Avenue may occur during this time and two-way traffic will be maintained.
We all love scarlet and grey, but there’s a sea of orange on campus as Ohio State invests in the future of teaching, learning and research. Major construction projects are changing the way most Buckeyes will navigate campus – so allow extra travel time, be cautious near construction zones, and look out for your fellow Buckeyes. Watch to learn more about what areas to avoid and how to get around safely. Read more.
Ohio State continues to invest in the campus of the future. Plan ahead for traffic delays as construction impacts campus roadways. View construction phasing maps online and sign up for OSUGo text message alerts about major travel impacts so you may plan your route accordingly. Be mindful around construction zones, avoid distractions, keep your eyes up and your earbuds out when traveling on campus. Stay Safe, Buckeyes. We all share the road and the responsibility in ensuring it’s done safely.