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Dublin Drive – Road Improvement Updates

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The City of Dublin provides a high level of service to its residents and visitors through a variety of improvement projects, including road maintenance, intersection upgrades and multi-use path development. Follow progress with our interactive construction map, updated by engineers and other City employees as projects are underway.

2019 Street Maintenance Program

The Street Maintenance Program consists of replacement of deteriorated concrete curb and gutter, street base stabilization, milling of deteriorated pavement surfaces and placement of new asphalt pavement.
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Good Friday Procession – Traffic Impacts

In observance of Good Friday, the Dublin Community Church will take part in a CrossWalk on April 19, 2019. The walk will begin at noon at Dublin Coffman High School and make its way to the Dublin Community Church, located at 81 West Bridge Street. As part of the walk, the following ro
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Public Parking Garage in Downtown Dublin Now Open

In addition to the 40,000 square foot library building, this project includes a 550-space public parking garage and several roads, including the new Rock Cress Parkway, North Franklin Street and a rebuilt west North Street.
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Earlington Parkway Area Utility Work

AT&T is starting work in the Earlington Parkway area that is bordered by Brand Road,  Earlington Parkway, Muirfield Drive and Tara Hill Drive. AT&T is installing 35,000 feet of conduit to better serve customers. Any traffic impacts are expected to be minimal; the majority of t
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2018 Waterline Replacement

Beginning Monday, April 15, 2019, crews will be milling and paving several streets as part of the Waterline Replacement Program. The waterline replacement work is complete and milling and paving is scheduled for the following streets: Springburn Drive Macewen Court Balloch Court Havin
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North Riverview Street Traffic Impacts

There will be lane closures April 10 through April 12 on North Riverview Street between 7 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.  Two-way traffic will be maintained. Beginning Monday, April 15, through April 16, North Riverview Street will be closed between North Street and the north side of the pede
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Ferris-Wright Park

Discover the Ancient Earthworks of Ferris-Wright Park Wednesday, May 22, 6 – 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 25, 6 – 7 p.m. Monday, July 22, 6 – 7 p.m.   Join us on a guided tour of the new Ferris-Wright Park. Discover the rich history of the land which was once home to indigenous peoples t
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Memorial Drive Tunnel Maintenance

Memorial Drive is scheduled to have intermittent lane closures between Dunniker Park Drive and Kilbirnie Court as needed between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. as pedestrian tunnel improvements continue. A flagging unit is on site to maintain two-way traffic. Short delays are possible. This work i
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Spring Hydrant Flushing to Start May 6

Washington Township Fire Department will be conducting the annual spring flushing and pumping of the City’s 3,138 hydrants (with green bases) from May 6, through June 10, 2019. Flushing and pumping will take place daily, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. throughout the City of Dublin. Residents may exp
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The Dublin Drive Bunch – Construction 2018 video

  It’s the story… of a pretty city.. that was working to improve more every day. Listen in as members of Dublin’s Engineering staff and a couple of our interns sing about improving the Dublin Drive.
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AEP Ohio Power Line Burial on Post Road

AEP Ohio is working to bury the power lines along Post Road between Emerald Parkway and the U.S. 33/S.R. 161/Frantz Road intersection. To accomplish this work, AEP Ohio has planned two short power outages for Wednesday, November 21, 2018. One outage is planned for the morning (approxi
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Emerald Parkway Bridge

The week of November 12, crews will be performing bridge joint work on the newly refinished Emerald Parkway Bridge over the Scioto River between Riverside Drive and Dublin Road. Lane restrictions should be expected in both directions. Two-way traffic will be maintained. Earlier this s
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Ashbaugh Road Bridge Replacement

Work is underway on the Ashbaugh Road bridge, which is being replaced as part of the 2018 Bridge Maintenance Program. The Ashbaugh Road path will be closed for the duration of the project. The project is on Ashbaugh Road, just north of Brand Road, and involves the removal of the exist
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Maintaining Guardrails

Maintaining guardrails is an important safety priority for the City of Dublin. The 2018 guardrail replacement and maintenance program involved improvements in various locations around Dublin. The City thanks drivers for their patience as we improved guardrails in following locations:
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2018 Storm Structure Maintenance

The 2018 Storm Structure Maintenance project is substantially complete. Work took place in various Dublin neighborhoods and finished ahead of schedule. These improvements included curb removal and replacement, asphalt work and site restoration. We thank residents for their patience in
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S.R. 161/Riverside Drive Roundabout Now Open; New Traffic Pattern in Place

Improvements have been completed at the S.R. 161/Riverside Drive roundabout, and the intersection is now open. Please be aware that the northbound lane assignments have changed to better accommodate driver behavior and traffic patterns. The new northbound configuration includes the fo
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Pavement Repairs

Pavement repair work has been completed in various locations around Dublin. We’re happy to report this work was completed ahead of schedule. We thank drivers for their patience. ### Media contact: Lindsay Weisenauer Public Affairs Officer 614.410.4504 – Desk 614.704.9742 – Cell lweise
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Pedestrian Bridge Progress

Crews are making progress on Dublin’s pedestrian/bicycle bridge. Drivers and pedestrians have probably noticed construction activity the past few months with the delivery and installation of the large steel beams that will support the 760-foot bridge deck. North Riverview Street at No
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Hyland-Croy Road / Cacchio Lane Connector

Work is underway on the Hyland-Croy Road/Riviera Connector project, which provides for the extension of Cacchio Lane to Hyland-Croy Road from Riviera subdivision. Hyland-Croy Road will also be modified to provide a southbound left turn lane to Cacchio Lane. Beginning the week of Septe
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Dublin Safewalks Program

Dublin provides a courtesy sidewalk maintenance program in order to assist residents with sidewalk maintenance and repairs of safety issues.
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2018 Crack Sealing Program

The 2018 crack sealing project is now complete! Improvements were made in the following locations. Post Road – Between University Boulevard and Dublin’s corporation line Rings Road – Between Avery Road and Emerald Parkway South High Street – between John Wright and corporation line Du
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Avon Court Storm Sewer and Street Improvements

Storm sewer improvements and street maintenance work will be taking place on Avon Court this summer.  The storm sewer maintenance work is scheduled to begin the week of July 23 or July 30, and continue for several weeks. After the storm sewer work is complete, road reconstruction will
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Bright Road Neighborhood Entry Feature

Work is underway on a new neighborhood entry feature at the northwest corner of the Bright Road/Emerald Parkway roundabout. This project is expected to take place from late July through late October 2018. During the work, the path will be closed on the west side of the roundabout. Sig
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Cold In-Place Recycling Pilot Project

The City of Dublin is testing a road resurfacing technique known as Cold In-Place Recycling (CIR). This process uses the existing pavement and a chemical mix instead of traditional hot-mix asphalt. By reusing the existing asphalt, CIR reduces the amount of materials that need to be tr
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