The Ohio Department of Transportation is revealing a $51 million project to revamp the Akron Expressway and Central Interchange. The Akron Beacon Journal reports the project unveiled Tuesday will be a scaled-down version of a $275 million project proposed 12 years ago. The current proposal involves building new high-level ramps, permanently closing exit ramps and installing noise walls. The department says the project will help improve safety and replace bridges built in the 1950s. The three-year project is scheduled to start in 2021.
Source: US News