Friday, April 09, 1999

Highway access to Fort Washington Way restricted




        Drivers headed north on I-71/I-75 this weekend who want to take eastbound Fort Washington Way will have to find an alternate route.

        The ramp from northbound I-71/I-75 to eastbound Fort Washington Way will close at 6 a.m. Saturday and reopen at 8 p.m. Sunday for temporary shoring work for the reconstructed Fort Washington Way. Drivers will still be able to get to eastbound Fort Washington Way from eastbound U.S. 50.

        Detour signs will direct traffic to the Fifth Street exit ramp. Drivers can follow that to connect with northbound I-71, southbound I-471 or Columbia Parkway (eastbound U.S. 50).

Construction closing Third St.
        Third Street between Central Avenue and John Street will be closed from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday so steel beams for the new Fort Washington Way can be put in place.

        Traffic on Third Street can use Pete Rose Way and Baymiller Street to get around the closure.

       



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