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Overlay work to begin on Monday

WORTHINGTON -- Bituminous overlay work is scheduled to begin Monday on the following streets, according to the city's engineering department: 10th Avenue from Tower Street to Winifred Street. Milton Avenue from Oxford Street to Dover Street. Omah...

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WORTHINGTON -- Bituminous overlay work is scheduled to begin Monday on the following streets, according to the city’s engineering department:

  • 10th Avenue from Tower Street to Winifred Street.

  • Milton Avenue from Oxford Street to Dover Street.

  • Omaha Avenue from Oxford Street to Dover Street.

  • South Shore Drive from causeway to Knollwood Drive.

Tenth Avenue, Milton Avenue and Omaha Avenue will be closed during construction activities. Streets will be open to traffic when there is no construction activity (nights, non-working days and weekends). No parking will be allowed when construction work is in progress. Paved areas will be reopened as soon as the new bituminous surface has adequately cooled.

South Shore Drive will be open to traffic at all times. The width of traffic lanes will be reduced, and parking will be restricted. There will also be traffic interruptions at various times during construction.

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Motorists are advised to watch for changing traffic conditions and signing, reduce speed, watch for construction zone workers and drive carefully in or near the construction zone.

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