Cleveland Heights, OH

Cuyahoga Department of Public Works wants public comment regarding Superior Road

Terrence Jacobs

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CUYAHOGA COUNTY, OH — The Cuyahoga County Department of Public Works is asking for public comments regarding work for Superior Road in the cities of East Cleveland and Cleveland Heights that is being put forward.

This project will include partial and full-depth pavement repairs, as well as the installation of new asphalt pavement, repairs to the curb, sidewalk, and driveway apron, enhancements to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and new pavement markings along the corridor.

Construction is planned to begin in July 2022, with a completion date anticipated on November 2022. The average daily traffic this road sees is somewhere around 7,300 vehicles per day.

The estimated construction cost for the project is approximately $3.5 million, with project funding comes from the City of Cleveland Heights, the Department of Public Works, ODOT, and a variety of grants.

During all phases of construction, one lane of traffic will be maintained in both directions on Superior Road with the help of a flagger.

The project will be divided into two parts, the first of which will run from Euclid Avenue to Mayfield Road, and the second of which will run from Mayfield Road to Lee Road. In the section that is not currently under development, regular traffic will be maintained.

There will be minimal disruptions and brief closures on intersection side streets, and traffic will be maintained via a detour.

Public comment regarding this project can be sent to contact below until July 14, 2021:

Beth Fulton

22999 Forbes Road, Suite B

Cleveland, Ohio 44146

fulton@cvelimited.com

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