WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WDTN) – The Clyo Road-Spring Valley Pike intersection will be closing in two stages, beginning on Wednesday, April 2 and extending through December.
Clyo Road between Rooks Road and Spring Valley Pike will be closed for approximately 60 days beginning on April 2. During the initial closure, this location will operate as a ‘T’ intersection, with traffic maintained in both directions on Spring Valley Pike, and on Clyo Road north of Spring Valley Pike. Detour routes will be marked on Nutt Road, South Main Street, and Spring Valley Pike.
Upon completion of the first stage, the entire intersection will be closed to through traffic for approximately seven more months.
Detour routes will be marked as follows:
- From the south: Nutt Road, South Main Street, and Franklin Street.
- From the west: South Main Street, Franklin Street, Centerville Station Road, and Wilmington-Dayton Road.
- From the north: Franklin Street, South Main Street, and Nutt Road.
- From the east: Wilmington-Dayton Road, Centerville Station Road, Franklin Street, and South Main Street.
Access to all local streets and drives will be maintained at all times.
The road closure is part of the Montgomery County engineer’s project to install a traffic signal and left turn lanes on each approach at the intersection.