Grove City Traffic Updates
Borror Road Reconstruction | Bridge Rehabilitation
The Franklin County Engineer’s Office reports continued work on Borror Road.
The next phase is to replace the existing intersection with a roundabout and install intermediate course asphalt at intersection of Borror Road and Buckeye Parkway. The closure is expected through mid-August, weather permitting.
Through traffic typically traveling north and south on Buckeye Parkway will detour using SR 104 or Hoover Road. Through traffic typically traveling east and west on Borror Road will detour using Holton Road or SR 665/London-Groveport Road.
Download the Borror Road detour map.
Visit the Borror Road Reconstruction Project page for additional information.
Southwest Boulevard Reconstruction
The Southwest Boulevard Reconstruction project, funded by an Ohio Public Works Commission grant is closed to westbound traffic from Broadway to Hoover Road. This first phase is anticipated to last 100 days.
- Northbound traffic: Broadway to Parlin Avenue to Hoover Road.
- Southbound traffic: Broadway to Columbus Street to Hoover Road.
Download the Southwest Boulevard Reconstruction detour map
Project work includes:
- Full pavement reconstruction and curb replacement from Richard Avenue to Hoover Road.
- 6’ concrete path on the south side of Southwest Boulevard.
- ADA curb ramp replacement.
- Traffic signal at the intersection of Southwest Boulevard and Richard Avenue.
Please plan your commute accordingly. Your patience and cooperation are appreciated.
Work will continue through September along the project corridor, weather permitting. Signalization of the intersection will be installed this fall with a final project completion date of January 2021.
Seeds Road/Enterprise Parkway Improvement Resumes
With the early arrival of spring, construction resumes on the Seeds Road/Enterprise Parkway Improvements project. The improvements support the development of commercial and industrial sites in the area while facilitating the existing flow of truck traffic. Project work includes resurfacing, berm widening and drainage improvements along Seeds Road from South Meadows Drive to the City’s corporation limits and along Enterprise Parkway.
The plan for traffic maintenance includes:
- Full closure of Seeds Road south of Enterprise Parkway to the City’s corporation limits, with access to local traffic only.
Please plan your commute accordingly. Project completion is anticipated for Tuesday, Aug. 11, weather permitting. Your patience and cooperation are appreciated.
Grove City Town Center Parking
Ample parking is available throughout Grove City Town Center. Download the Grove City Town Center parking map.
Young Road Access Road Project
The Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO) is constructing a new access road across Young Road for SWACO vehicles to safely cross between sites.The new road will only be used two-to-three months at a time while new cells are being constructed.
Construction of the new access road is expected to occur through Monday, Aug. 31. Young Road will be closed to through traffic.
Jackson Pike Widening Project
Construction for the widening of Jackson Pike, allowing for turn lanes into the newly constructed Hawthorne Parkway. Jackson Pike, north of Scioto Meadows Boulevard to south of Hibbs Road will have intermittent lane closures through Monday, Aug. 10, weather permitting. Lane closures occur during work hours, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Two-way traffic will be maintained. All lanes will open daily after work hours.
Stringtown Road Brick Sidewalk Improvements
The Grove City Service Department reports brick sidewalk improvements are expected in mid-July and will impact east- and westbound pedestrian and vehicular traffic at the Stringtown Road and Gantz and McDowell road intersections, with intermittent lane restrictions. Traffic will be maintained. Please use caution in the area, all work is weather dependent.
2020 Street Maintenance Program
The 2020 street maintenance program is underway. The repairs will not close any roadways, but there will be temporary lane restrictions and flagging operations during business hours. All work is weather dependent, please use caution when traveling in the construction areas.
Ohio Department of Transportation I-71 Widening Project
The Ohio Department of Transportation reports I-71, SR 104 and I-270 will experience various lane and ramp restrictions to reconstruct and widen I-71 between downtown Columbus and Stringtown Road through December 2020. Work includes replacing bridges, realigning and reconfiguring interchanges and intersections, rebuilding ramps and constructing noise walls.
Project work includes the completion of:
- The express lane on I-71 north, between Stringtown Road and I-270;
- The addition of a noise wall on the west side of I-71 from north of White Road to the existing noise wall;
- The new Stringtown Road southbound ramp final configuration map.
The project doesn’t modify the I-270 west to I-71 south ramp, but congestion will be reduced. The southbound traffic exiting at Stringtown Road will exit before getting to I-270, making it easier for the westbound to southbound traffic to merge without the weaving and jockeying for position with the Stringtown Road traffic.
All work is weather dependent; it may be postponed or cancelled without prior notice.
Weather permitting, the contractor may be working in various locations on the Southside Mega Fix construction project. Drivers are encouraged to use extra care when traveling through construction areas.
Please note: there will be overnight work during the project.
The Ohio Department of Transportation South Side “Mega Fix” may affect your travel on Interstate 71 between Columbus and Grove City or beyond.
Lane and ramp closures are permitted during off-peak times, the specific timeframe depends on the number of lanes closed and traffic volumes on the ramp or on that section of roadway. Daytime lane and ramp closures are permitted in some locations between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., depending on traffic volumes. All lanes and ramps open by 5 a.m. on weekdays. Every effort is made to provide prior notification of lane closures on I-71. Review the closure chart for additional information.
Additional materials about the South Side “Mega Fix” are on the Ohio Department of Transportation District 6 website including a project fact sheet, a graphic showing the final configuration of I-270 and I-71 south and how ODOT will keep you moving during construction.
Another way to stay up-to-date is to download the OHGO app for real-time traffic speeds, live cameras, personalized notifications and more.
The five-mile ODOT construction project will build extra lanes, new bridges and exit ramps. The $113 million project is under construction for three years with completion planned for the Fall of 2020.
Drivers are encouraged to use extra care when traveling through all construction areas. All construction is weather dependent.