Work is expected to start Monday, April 24, that will restrict traffic on State Route 9 north of Carrollton in Carroll County as part of the $1.13 million intersection improvement project that began last fall.
Next week, state Route 9 traffic will be maintained in one lane with flaggers for pipe installation prior to the road closing May 1 for 30 days.
Starting Monday, May 1, SR 9 traffic will be detoured on state Route 39 west to state Route 43 north to state Route 171 east back to state Route 9, and reverse.
The project will improve the intersection by horizontally realigning state Route 9 (Kensington Rd.) and raising the vertical profile of state Route 171 (Waynesburg Rd.).
Tree and stump cutting work was completed last year to allow for required utility relocations.
ODOT's contractor is Central-Allied Enterprises Inc., from Canton, Ohio, and the completion date is September 30, 2017.