Monday's traffic delays

Below is a list of reported traffic incidents in the Tri-State area:

Interstate 75 in Ohio: No reported accidents

Interstate 71 in Ohio: No reported accidents

Interstate 71/75 in Ky.: No reported accidents

Interstate 74 in Ohio/Ind.: No reported accidents

Interstate 275 in Ohio: No reported accidents

Interstate 275 in Ky.: No reported accidents

Interstate 471: No reported accidents

Columbia Parkway: No reported accidents

Other roadways: Road closure in Fairfield Township (Butler County)-- Tuley Road will close between Lenox Avenue and Belmont Avenue for storm sewer replacement and installation beginning Monday, November 5, 2012. The road is tentatively scheduled to reopen the week of December 10, 2012.

Detour: Northbound Tuley Road traffic will detour west on Bobmeyer Road, north on Dixie Highway (Ohio 4), and east on Grand Boulevard. Southbound traffic will reverse this route.

Note: It is recommended that school buses not enter the closed area, but pick up and drop off at either end of the project.

Road closed starting today in Rushville, Ind.--U.S. Highway 52 from State Road 244 at Andersonville to S.R. 3 at Rushville early Monday morning—allowing construction crews to mill and resurface this 11-mile section of two-lane roadway.

As soon as U.S. 52 closes, Milestone—the state's contractor for this 1,289,726 district resurfacing project—will begin removing one-half inch of surface asphalt beginning at S.R. 244. A motorpaver is scheduled to trail the milling machine by one day. It will lay 1½ inches of new surface pavement.

Construction trucks carrying hot mix asphalt to the paver are going to be operating continuously between 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. seven days a week.

U.S. 52 is closed to all through-traffic for approximately 25 days. Compliance will be enforced by state police patrols. An official detour utilizes S.R. 3 south of Rushville and S.R. 244 between S.R. 3 and U.S. 52 at Andersonville; there is an 11-foot width restriction on the detour route.

Meanwhile, local traffic is being allowed within the U.S. 52 construction zone. Flaggers will direct motorists around moving work sites.

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