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Wednesday, 11 April 2012 09:28
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Jerry Wray, director of the Ohio Department of Transportation, addresses the media and attendees during a tour of the new Route 24 alignment. The $169.7 million project is scheduled to be complete in May 2013 with lanes open to traffic in September 2012 between Napoleon and Toledo. (Photos: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune) SEE MORE PHOTOS




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Construction continues along a  segment of the new Route 24 alignment.
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A worker is seen while construction continues along a  segment of the new Route 24 alignment.
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Traffic passes by on the current Route 24 adjacent to the entrance ramp which will connect the route to the Northbound lane of the new Route 24. The artwork on the ramp highlights Waterville landmarks and historical sites.
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Jerry Wray (right), director of the Ohio Department of Transportation, speaks to media and attendees during a tour of the new Route 24 alignment as Jamie Black (middle), co-chairman of the Fort to Port Improvement Organization, and Dean Monske (left), president of the Regional Growth Partnership look on. The $169.7 million project is scheduled to be complete in May 2013 with lanes open to traffic in September 2012 between Napoleon and Toledo.
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Members of the press walk on  northbound lane of the new Route 24, under a OH-64 overpass. The train decorations on the overpass symbolize the train town history of Whitehouse and Waterville.
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A member of the press walks on the Northbound lane of the new Route 24 near an overpass above Waterville-Monclova Road. The $169.7 million highway project is scheduled to be complete in May 2013 with lanes open to traffic in September 2012 between Napoleon and Toledo.
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Rolls of tubes line a median between Route 24 northbound and southbound during construction of the new alignment of the route.
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Deb Baldwin, project manager during the design phase of the Route 24 realignment, drives attendees and members of the media during a tour.
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Work continues on an entrance ramp for Route 24 Northbound as traffic passes by on the current route. The $169.7 million highway project is scheduled to be complete in May 2013 with lanes open to traffic in September 2012 between Napoleon and Toledo.
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ODOT representatives talk to members of the media and attendees during a tour of the Route 24 realignment.
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A dump truck moves along an unfinished segment of the new Route 24 alignment.
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A dump truck moves along the southbound lane in an unfinished segment of the new Route 24 alignment.
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Attendees and members of the press gather on the northbound lane of the new Route 24, under a OH-64 overpass. The train decorations on the overpass symbolize the train town history of Whitehouse and Waterville.
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Construction continues along a  segment of the new Route 24 alignment.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 April 2012 09:45
 

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