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Ohio Department of Transportation
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The Ohio Department of Transportation provides and maintains highways, passenger and freight rail systems, bikeways, aviation, waterways, and port facilities for transporting people and goods throughout the state of Ohio. Working with federal and local go...
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We'll have approximately five to 10 ...
We'll have approximately five to 10 minute lane closures to allow traveling public to come through this zone safely," said Dave Schafer, ODOT county manager.
Transportation are County Engineer Fred ...
Transportation are County Engineer Fred Bennett and Ohio Department of Transportation Superintendent David Schafer.
After that, ODOT Belmont County Manager ...
After that, ODOT Belmont County Manager Dave Schafer says, the agency will move its focus to State Route 149.
says the resurfacing won't begin until crews complete a number of small tasks along the roadways, but that will only take a couple of weeks.
But once it begins, Schafer
will make sure that traffic is able to flow on the roads as the work progresses.
"You can expect the normal delays," Schafer
"The whole project will be done under flag traffic, and there will be small delays at each end of the job."
says this project is long overdue and has been put off a few years due to work on Interstate 70.
eWoss - Steubenville, OH Local News
"It seems to be with this new process, the holes will stay filled longer and they're more cost-effective," ODOT Belmont County Manager Dave Schafer said.
Schafer said its department in Morristown will be receiving one of the machines.
The system currently operating in Tuscarawas and Guernsey counties, and it's already saved ODOT $21,000.
Schafer explained how it works.
So there they were - ...
So there they were - Rataiczak, OVAC President Dan Doyle, Past President Dianna Vargo, Cheerleading Director Libby Shepherd, Magruder and Mark George of the arena, and Dave Schafer, Belmont Country manager for the Ohio Department of Transportation - looking at weather forecasts for the better part of two days, trying to make a fair, reasonable, and informed decision.