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U.S. 20 Major Rehabilitation

Roadway Major Rehab

Project Status

  1. Proposed

  2. In Development

  3. Pre-construction

  4. Construction

  5. Completion

About the project

The project will reconstruct and widen U.S. 20 between Stoney Ridge Road and Lear Nagle Road in North Ridgeville. Work will include:

  • Reconstruction and widening of U.S. 20 from three lanes to five lanes.

  • Construction of a shared use path.

  • Addition of new storm sewers and water lines.

  • Reconstruction of sidewalks with new curb and gutter.

  • Traffic signals and signage upgrades.

  • Replacement of two bridges: U.S. 20 over French Creek, and Root Road over French Creek.

  • Detention basin additions for storm water control.

Being completed in partnership with the city of North Ridgeville, the project is a $26.8 million investment. Construction is expected to continue through October 2020.


Current traffic impacts


Week of April 19, 2021

U.S. Route 20 major widening - U.S. 20, between Stoney Ridge Road and Lear Nagle Road, will have one lane of traffic maintained in each direction as needed. Crews are continuing excavation work on the retention basins and are installing new highway lighting and traffic signals throughout the project. Estimated completion: July 2021

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