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Road restrictions for Nov. 18

BROADWAY

Closed at Main Street for one week, beginning Nov. 18, as part of the Ewing Street east-west storm sewer extension project. Broadway will be open to St. Joseph Hospital.

INDIANA 37

Closed Nov. 18-22 between Black and Ricker roads, about 1.1 miles east of Interstate 469, to rebuild railroad crossing.

SPY RUN AVENUE

Intermittent nightime restrictions 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. Nov. 18 through mid-January, weather permitting, between Superior Street and West State Boulevard for electrical cable work.

FLAUGH ROAD

Lane restrictions between Arcola and Bass roads 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday through Dec. 18 for sewer construction.

BERRY STREET

Closed between Ewing and Harrison streets through Dec. 4.

ANTHONY BOULEVARD

Closed at the bridge over the Maumee River, between Berry Street and Lake Avenue through May.

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