State Route 41 in Ross County has been reopened to traffic following its shutdown due to a disabled semi-tractor trailer, reports ODOT.
Although the superload is now moving, motorists traveling S.R. 41 through Ross, Highland and Fayette counties today will experience significant delays as traffic will be maintained in a rolling roadblock by law enforcement officers escorting the transport company.
As the load is being moved, the transport company will follow, from S.R. 41, U.S. 22 to S.R. 104, S.R. 762, S.R. 752, S.R. 674, U.S. 22 and various local streets in Circleville to the company's facility off U.S. 23 in Pickaway County.
Although an exact timeline for the move is unknown, motorists may encounter traffic impacts on these routes through early next week.
For additional information on lane and road closures caused by construction, accidents, flooding or other related traffic events throughout the state, visit ODOT on the web at www.OhGo.com.