Road work to impact travel on I-75 in Montgomery County for several months

MONTGOMERY COUNTY — Drivers in Montgomery County will be impacted for several months on Interstate 75 due to road work.

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Starting March 26, there will be nightly lane closures on I-75 between State Route 725 and U.S. 35, according to the Ohio of Department of Transportation.

The lane closures will be nightly from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. through April 21 and multiple lanes are expected to be closed.

Road crews will be working to shift one lane of traffic of northbound I-75 onto the southbound side and allow three lanes of travel in each direction.

The project will include new pavement, storm sewers, lighting and minor bridge repair, ODOT said.

The estimated time of completion is the summer of 2025, weather permitting.

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The ramp from Dryden Road to Northbound Interstate 75 will also be closed starting Sunday April 9 through July 2025.

The detour will be Dryden Road to Northlawn Avenue to Springboro Pike (SR-741) to Northbound Interstate 75.

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