I-71 ramp down to one lane

Saturday, August 8, 1998

BY The Cincinnati Enquirer

The I-71 southbound ramp to I-471 will be reduced to one lane until about 5 p.m. todayso crews can install additional highway signs for Fort Washington Way.

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The work also will involve a "rolling roadblock" this morning to set an overhead sign support.

Cincinnati is rebuilding Fort Washington Way to make the city's east-west connector safer and to narrow the highway, leaving more room for riverfront development.

The $146.9 million Fort Washington Way 2000 project is scheduled to be finished in August 2000.



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Check out meteor shower
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Mental health levy may be increased
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Police chief defends work habits
Powerball winners claim prize
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Road widening work winds up
Rogers to run for mayor
Schools get report cards
Smog, heat alerts on
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Special-needs children at center of dispute
Springdale man charged in sex crimes
Stadium vote lands before elections board
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Three cheers for WNBA
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