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This is to inform you that the detour for the US 42 and E. Church St. roundabout project in Xenia will begin on 3/16/20.  The general contractor for the project is planning to install the detour beginning on this date.  All critical work for the project is expected to be completed in 90 days.


Please share the closure of the US 42 and E. Church St. intersection with your staff and plan your responses accordingly.


If you have questions, please contact Dominic Miller, the Assistant City Engineer with the City of Xenia at


  • Category: Roadwork - Planned
  • Location: US-35 in both directions, between U.S. Route 35 @ U.S. 68 and U.S. 35 @ Bickett Road.
  • Route Status: Open
  • Est End Date: 6/15/2020

  • Description: Resurfacing on U.S. Route 35 between U.S. 68 and Bickett Road. One lane of traffic will be maintained in each direction at all times.

Through the week ending May 2, 2020: The following traffic advisory includes restrictions and/or short-term closures for scheduled maintenance projects on the state highway system in Greene County. All work will be contingent upon the weather. For construction information and statewide information regarding road conditions, visit ODOT on the web at  


  • Spall removal on US 35 at the US 42 interchange. 
  • Ditching along US 35 at Bickett Road and on US 68, between SR 235 and Snively Road.
  • Sign repair on I-675 at N. Fairfield Road.
  • Catch basin repair on SR 235, at the 1.2-mile marker, approximately one mile north of US 68.
  • Shoulder repair along SR 235 near Dayton Yellow Springs Road.
  • Two-lane mowing; sign installation, inspection and repair; and cable rail inspection, at various locations throughout the county.

 Dayton Yellow Springs Road Bridge Rehabilitation to Begin April 13, 2020

Greene County and the City of Fairborn, in conjunction with the Ohio Public Works Commission, is rehabilitating the Dayton Yellow Springs Road bridge in Fairborn between Commerce Center Blvd. and Gateway Dr.  Construction is beginning, Monday, April 13, 2020, and is expected to last 3 months, weather and equipment permitting.  Traffic will be maintained for the duration of the project, but will be reduced to one lane each direction.

The existing bridge carries approximately 18,000 vehicles a day and was constructed in 1974.  This project will rehabilitate the existing structure and includes the removal and replacement of 4’ of each side of the existing deck, construction of an 8’ sidewalk on the north side of the bridge, replacement of the existing bridge railing and overlay of the existing deck.  This project also includes full depth pavement reconstruction and paving. 

We appreciate your patience and cooperation during the construction and apologize for any inconvenience.   Closings are also posted on our website and on social media at @GreeneCountyEngineer







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