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Ryan’s Road resurfacing could start Tuesday

Bituminous resurfacing work on Ryan’s Road from McMillan Street to Ray Drive has been scheduled to begin as early as Tuesday.

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Road Stock Art (Muhammed Owsama/Unsplash)

WORTHINGTON — Bituminous resurfacing work on Ryan’s Road from McMillan Street to Ray Drive has been scheduled to begin as early as Tuesday.

Ryan’s Road will be open to traffic at all times, but traffic lane width will be reduced, parking will be restricted and there will be traffic interruptions at times.

Access to businesses along Ryan’s Road will be maintained.

Weather permitting and construction proceeding as planned, the work should be completed and

traffic restored to normal in about four days.

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People in the area are advised to watch for changing traffic conditions and signage, reduce speed, watch for construction equipment and drive carefully in the construction zone.

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