DARROW ROAD FROM GLENWOOD DRIVE TO
LISA LANE (Solon City Limits)
Wednesday, June 19th the traffic pattern will be changed.
North and southbound traffic will be shifted from the east side of Darrow Road to the recently constructed
west side of the road.
Meadowood Drive will remain closed.
Ethan’s Drive will be closed with the posted detour route using Glenwood Drive.
This phase of work is anticipated to take approximately 2 months, weather depending. Work that will occur during this phase of construction includes curb installation on the east side of SR91, asphalt, sidewalks and lawn restoration, Ethan’s Drive curbs and splitter island, and the center island construction on SR91.
The remaining phases of work include: Glenwood/SR91 intersection modification followed by entire project asphalt surface course, final striping and signage, crosswalk installations at the Meadowood/ Ethan’s roundabout, and final landscaping with anticipated completion in the Fall 2019.
ODOT Announces 2019 Structure Maintenance
The Ohio Department of Transportation will perform bridge and culvert maintenance/replacement at:
• State Route 91 at the State Route 91/I-480 interchange in the City of Twinsburg, Summit County.
Storm drainage reconstruction on State Route 91 at the State Route 91/I-480 interchange in the City of Twinsburg, Summit County will utilize part-width construction requiring directional closures on State Route 91 for approximately 7 consecutive days each (e.g., 7-day closure of the southbound lanes following by a 7-day closure of the northbound lanes).
ODOT is also considering use of multiple weekend closures as an alternative to weekday lane closures. The official signed detour will direct southbound State Route 91 traffic exit onto I-480 east to State Route 14 to State Route 303 east back to State Route 91. Northbound State Route 91 traffic will utilize the same detour route in reverse order.
The City Engineer and her staff provide consultation to other city departments, developers, contractors, and homeowners on utility and site issues.
The Engineering Division prepares and administers contracts, plans and specifications for capital improvement projects including roads, sewers, waterlines, stormwater facilities and public buildings.
This Division also operates and maintains records of utilities, roadways, and physical geography of the city through a Geographic Information System (GIS) and makes this information available to residents, contractors, and developers.