Mary Alice Reporting – Multiple State Routes in the Ohio Department of Transportation’s District 11 will be either closed or maintained with flaggers starting on Monday.

One project set to begin on August 3rd is the resurfacing of 7.5 miles of State Route 258, in Tuscarawas and Harrison counties, between SR 332 to SR 800. Flaggers will maintain traffic and a completion date is anticipated for October 15th.

With more District 11 projects, ODOT Press Secretary Matt Bruning says there will also be State Route 800 resurfacing in Dennison, starting on Monday, August 3, to resurface 800 through the village from Elm St. to U.S. 250. Traffic will be maintained via flaggers with a completion date of October 15th.

Meanwhile, State Route 258 resurfacing project is set to begin Monday. This will put a new blacktop on 7.5 miles of SR 258 in Tuscarawas and Harrison Counties, from SR 332 to SR 800. The work will wrap up by October 15th with traffic maintained via flaggers.

Bruning adds that, also on Monday, State Route 39 resurfacing will take place from SR 211 (North Tuscarawas Avenue), in Dover, to 11th Street, in New Philadelphia. Flaggers will maintain traffic and completion is expected by September 30th.

Motorists are asked to plan ahead. To find more details on road work go online to www.ohgo.com.

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