Here is a list of road and lane closings in the Akron area:
Major highways abruptly closed: None.
Other road construction:
?Interstate 277/Interstate 76/U.S. 224 restrictions: U.S. 224 westbound from Kelly Avenue to Interstate 77 has daily lane restrictions for resurfacing from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., while I-277 eastbound between I-77 and I-76 has nightly lane restrictions for pedestrian bridge work from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. until further notice.
?State Route 8, between East North Street and Howe Avenue: There are lane restrictions in both directions for resurfacing from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. nightly until further notice.
?Dart Avenue, between Boulevard and Thornton streets: Dart Avenue will be closed for bridge replacement over the Ohio & Erie Canal until late October. Detour will be Boulevard Street to Thornton Street.
?Harrington Road, between Swartz and Warner roads: The bridge over the Tuscarawas River is now open.
?Kelly Avenue, between Third Avenue and Goodyear Boulevard: Closed until Sept. 17 to replace the bridge over the Little Cuyahoga River. A detour is posted.
?South Main Street-Wilbeth Road intersection: Traffic is narrowed to one lane in each direction on South Main for reconstruction of the intersection. Trucks will not be permitted to make turns within the construction zone. Truck detours will be posted. Construction will continue for widening, new signals and sidewalk installation until later in the fall. Access to all businesses will remain.
?Massillon Road, from Harding Avenue to Spade Avenue: There will be full-depth road reconstruction until November. Massillon Road will be closed from East Market Street to Cramer Avenue until at least late October.
Elsewhere in Summit County:
?Pavement repairs throughout the county: Starting Tuesday, there will be lane restrictions on the following roads: I-77 between state Route 241 and Killian Road; state Route 93 between New Franklin and Akron; I-77 from the Akron limits to I-271; I-76 between state Route 21 and the Akron limits; state Route 18 between Crystal Lake Road and I-77; and Interstate 271 just north of Interstate 80.
?I-76, between Gilchrist Road and the Portage County line in Akron and Tallmadge: There will be nightly lane restrictions for pavement repairs until further notice.
?State Route 8 southbound, under the Bailey Road bridge in Cuyahoga Falls: Traffic will be reduced to one lane Thursday and Friday nights from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m., and Saturday and Sunday nights from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. These will occur through late September. During all other times, there will be lane restrictions for bridge repairs.
?Cleveland-Massillon Road, between Embassy Parkway and Tee Drive in Bath Township: The bridge over I-77 will be closed to all traffic until mid-October for reconstruction of the deck. Ghent Road will be the primary detour.
?I-77 in Fairlawn, Richfield and Bath Township: Harold Drive over I-77 will be closed until late October for bridge deck replacement. A detour is posted.
?Trunko Road, south of West Market Street in Fairlawn: Closed from West Market to about 500 feet south for widening of the road until further notice. Detours are posted.
?Van Buren Road bridge over the Tuscarawas River on the New Franklin-Barberton border: Closed until mid-October about one-quarter mile south of Eastern Road for bridge replacement. Detours will be posted.
?Wooster Road, between Park and Hopocan avenues in Barberton: There will be lane restrictions for resurfacing until further notice.
?Mogadore Road, between Gilchrist Road and the western Mogadore limits: There will be lane restrictions for resurfacing until further notice.
?I-271 in Macedonia: There will be nightly lane restrictions for bridge work from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. on I-271 over state Route 82, Route 82 under I-271, I-271 over state Route 8, Route 8 over East Highland Road, I-271 northbound over Olde Eight Road and I-271 northbound over Indian Creek until further notice. I-271 from Olde Eight Road to the Cuyahoga County line will have nightly lane restrictions for resurfacing.
?Highland Road in Macedonia: Closed just west of Roll and Hold Parkway. This is part of a project to construct a bridge over the railroad between South Bedford Road and Valley View Road to be completed in August 2013.
?Interstate 71, from the Cuyahoga County line to just south of state Route 18: There will be intermittent double-lane closings for pavement repairs nightly from 6 p.m. to 7 a.m. Two lanes of traffic will be maintained at all times throughout the day, but only one lane in each direction at night. The work is expected to be completed in September.
?I-76 eastbound, from just west of state Route 94 to the Summit County line: Reduced to one lane for a reconstruction project until September. The entrance ramp to I-76 eastbound from state Route 94 in Wadsworth is closed until Oct. 10. Car and truck detours are posted.
?Beechwood Drive, between North Harmony Street and Lindenwood Lane in Medina: Closed until early December for road reconstruction. Local access will be maintained during most of that time. A detour is posted.
?U.S. 224, at its overlap with Rivers Corners Road between state Route 301 and U.S. 42 in Homer Township: Closed as part of a railroad bridge replacement. A detour is posted. The road is expected to reopen in mid-November.
?Mud Lake Road, from Daniels Road west to Westfield Road in Westfield Township: Closed until October for railroad bridge replacement.
?Fenn Road, between Pearl Road and Thomas Lincoln Parkway in Medina Township: Closed through Oct. 12 for bridge replacement.
?I-76 eastbound exit ramp to state Route 44 northbound and southbound in Rootstown Township: Closing Tuesday through Saturday from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. nightly for pavement repairs. Detour is I-76 eastbound to state Route 14 to I-76 westbound.
?I-76 in Brimfield and Rootstown townships: Between the Summit County line and County Road 18, there will be nightly restrictions for pavement repair from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. until late September. I-76 will have lane restrictions in both directions from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. for resurfacing from just east of County Road 18 to just east of Route 44 until further notice. Sandy Lake Road over I-76 will be closed until early September. Detour is Lakewood Road to Tallmadge Road. I-76 in both directions under Sherman Road and Sandy Lake Road will have nightly lane restrictions for bridge reconstruction.
?State Route 5, from I-76 to just east of state Route 59 in Ravenna Township: There will be daily and nightly restrictions for resurfacing and bridge repairs. The work is to be completed by late September.
?State Route 5 in Charlestown Township: Route 5 eastbound to Rock Springs Road is closed, as is Rock Springs Road southbound to Route 5 eastbound for bridge construction until further notice. Detours will be posted. Route 5 will have lane restrictions but two lanes of traffic will be maintained.
?State routes 44 and 88 in Garrettsville and Mantua and Nelson townships: Route 44 between state Route 82 and the Geauga County line will have lane restrictions for resurfacing, as will Route 88 between the southern Garrettsville limits and the Geauga County line, until further notice.
?I-77, between U.S. 30 and state Route 800 in Canton: There will be nightly lane restrictions from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. for bridge repairs. It is to be completed later in September. Starting Tuesday at 8 p.m., the I-77 south to Route 800 exit ramp will be closed for bridge painting until Sept. 11. Detour is I-77 to Faircrest Road.
?North Main Street, from Applegrove Street to Orion Street in North Canton: Restricted to one lane of traffic in each direction for road reconstruction. Driveway access will be maintained throughout the project, which is expected to be completed in December.
?State Route 21, from state Route 241 to the northern Massillon limits: There will be lane restrictions for resurfacing until further notice.
?State Route 153, from Gorgas Street to Chapel Street in Louisville: Reduced to one lane in each direction for road construction until further notice.
State Route 153, from Fruitland Avenue to Constitution Avenue in Louisville: Reduced to one lane in each direction for road construction.
?State Route 172 in East Canton: Starting Wednesday, Route 172 at the state Route 44 intersection will be closed through early November, as will Route 44 between Route 172 and U.S. 30 for pavement repairs.
?State Route 172, over the railroad between Glavera and Meyerson avenues in Canton Township: Closed until late September for bridge replacement. A detour will be posted.
?U.S. 30 at Broadway Avenue in Osnaburg Township: Until mid-September, there will be lane restrictions to install a traffic signal at the intersection.
?State Route 57, between Rittman and U.S. 30: Restricted to one lane of two-way traffic for resurfacing through late October. Traffic will be maintained by flaggers.
?State Route 57, one-half mile south of state Route 585 in Chippewa Township: Restricted to one lane of two-way traffic until early October for bridge repairs. Traffic will be maintained at all times with a temporary signal.
?State Route 3, between state Route 226 and the Ashland-Holmes County line in Wooster, Plain and Clinton townships: Restricted to one lane of two-way traffic for resurfacing. Traffic will be maintained at all times with flaggers. The work is to be completed by the end of October.
Elsewhere in Northeast Ohio:
I-77 bridge deck replacement in Brecksville, Broadview Heights and Independence: Through summer, There will be overnight lane closings on I-77 in both directions between Wallings Road and I-80. Harris Road over I-77 is maintained with two-way traffic and a temporary traffic signal. Valley Parkway over I-77 in Brecksville, two-way traffic is maintained with a temporary signal until further notice. On Oakes Road, Highland Drive, Snowville Road, Lacy Lane and Chestnut Road, only minor work remains.
Traffic planners: Please fax traffic updates to 330-996-3033. Ά