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Maintenance work to begin on Ind. 3

Northbound Indiana 3 will have lane restrictions on the bridge over Willow Creek Ditch, just north of Shoaff Road near Huntertown, starting today. The bridge maintenance work is expected to be complete by end of the day May 14, weather permitting.

Water main going in on Old Trail

Old Trail Road will be closed to through traffic between Lower Huntington Road and Waynewood Drive through Friday, weather permitting.

The closure will allow contractor All Star Construction to install a water main.

A detour will be established that will use Bluffton and Lower Huntington roads.

Sidewalk work set for Coliseum Blvd.

Sidewalk ramp removal for the asphalt resurfacing on Indiana 930 (Coliseum Boulevard) and U.S. 27 (Lima Road) in Fort Wayne will continue through Thursday, weather permitting.

This work will take place during daytime hours and may require restriction of the southbound Lima Road right turn lane to westbound Washington Center Road.

Following this work, at approximately 7 p.m. on Thursday, intermittent nighttime restrictions will resume on U.S. 27, between Indiana 930 and Washington Center Road, for asphalt milling and paving.

These restrictions will be lifted daily by 6 a.m.

Later this spring and summer, Indiana 930 will be milled and resurfaced, from Interstate 69 to Parnell Avenue and from Crescent Avenue to Reynolds Street, just south of the Cloverleaf.

Drainage work set for Hazelett Road

Hazelett Road will be closed to through traffic between St. Joe Center and Rothman roads Wednesday through Friday.

The road will be open over the weekend, then close again on Monday.

The closures will allow the Water Pollution Control Department to install three drainage structures across Hazelett Road.

Residents in the area will have access from either St. Joe Center or Rothman roads, but not both at the same time while the crossings are being constructed.

– Journal Gazette