Current and upcoming road closures and restrictions for Muskingum County are listed below. Click on each route to see the location at OHGO.com.
State Route 60 daytime closures for culvert replacements - SR 60 is scheduled to close for 14 different culvert replacements between the city of Zanesville and the village of Dresden. Crews will start near Zanesville and move north as each culvert is completed. Work hours are 8:00am to 3:30pm. Estimated completion is Friday, September 24.
- New impacts: Due to work delays, the closure locations have changed. Here are the anticipated closures for next week:
- September 20 - Between McGlade School Road and New Riley Road
- September 21 - Between New Riley Road and Shannon Road
- September 22 - Between Shannon Road and McIntire Lane
- September 23 - Between Airyview Road and Fulton Lane
- September 24 - Between Fulton Lane and Lockman Lane
Interstate 70 reconstruction in downtown Zanesville - This project will reconstruct I-70 though the city of Zanesville, resurface I-70 between U.S. 40 and State Route 93. Full reconstruction will begin west of the Licking Road overpass, including the Maple Avenue ramps and Maple Avenue at the end of the ramps, and end east of the abandoned railroad overpass. The project also impacts 16 bridges in the area.
- New impacts: Nightly lane closures for pre-phasing work. Work hours will be 9:00pm to 6:00am. The Underwood Street on ramp to I-70 EB is scheduled to close from August 16th to October 8th. The I-70 WB off-ramp to Underwood Street is also scheduled to close August 23 through October 22. Motorists can expect intermittent nightly closures of the I-70 WB on-ramp from 6th Street over the next month until phase 1 work begins. The ramp will only close when crews are working on I-70 near that location due to safety reasons.
State Route 60 full depth replacement - This project will replace the pavement between Duncan Falls and the Muskingum/Morgan County line. Estimated project completion is August 2023.
- New impacts: Lane restrictions with temporary traffic signals are in place.