Here is a list of road and lane closings in the Akron area:

Major highways abruptly closed: None.

Other road construction:


•?Arch Street, between East Market and Upson streets: One lane is closed to repair a sewer main. It will reopen March 5. Flaggers will regulate traffic flow.

•?Case Avenue, between East Market and Bank streets: Closed until Friday to install a sewer main. A detour is posted.

• Massillon Road, between Harding Avenue and Spade Avenue: Lane restrictions for sanitary sewer improvements until the end of March.

Elsewhere in Summit County:

• State Route 619 and Arlington Road in Green: Arlington from Liberty Green Drive (just north of Route 619) to the intersection of Interstate 77 will have occasional lane restrictions throughout the winter for road construction. The widening and reconstruction project is to be completed by June.


•?South Court Street/Sturbridge Drive lane closings in Medina: There will be lane closings within and adjacent to the intersection until the end of April. Delays should be expected. This is to accommodate utility and road work as part of an intersection reconstruction project. Local access is maintained.


No current projects to report.


• State Route 153 Fruitland Avenue to Constitution Avenue in Louisville: Will have occasional lane restrictions for road construction until further notice.


No current projects to report.

Elsewhere in Northeast Ohio:

• I-77 bridge deck replacement in Brecksville, Broadview Heights and Independence: Major work will resume in the spring on Chestnut and Harris roads over Interstate 77. Valley Parkway over I-77 in Brecksville is maintained with one lane of two-way traffic with a temporary signal until further notice. Daily and nightly lane closings are expected on I-77 in both directions between Pleasant Valley Road and the Ohio Turnpike for work on bridges. The bridge deck replacements are complete on Lacey Lane, Oakes Road, Highland Drive and Snowville Road over I-77.

Traffic planners: Please fax traffic updates to 330-996-3033. Ά