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Ramps close at 7 o'clock tonight

Detour Maps: Ramps closing between I-80 WB and Route 11

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LIBERTY TWP, Ohio -

People who travel on westbound Interstate 80 and State Route 11 will have to take a detour beginning tonight.

The Ohio Department of Transportation says it will shut down two more ramps as part of the project to widen interstate 80.

The latest ramp shutdowns include the exit ramp from State Route 11 southbound to I-80 westbound and the ramp from I-80 westbound to State Route 11 northbound.

ODOT's recommended detour for the closing of the State Route 11 southbound ramp is for drivers to take State Route 711 southbound to I-680 northbound to I-80 westbound.

The detour for westbound I-80 drivers who usually exit to 11 northbound, will be advised to take 711 southbound to Gypsy Lane to State Route 711 northbound, to  Route11 northbound.

The ramps are scheduled to close at 7:00 p.m. tonight and are not scheduled to open again until  December.

These closures are in addition to two other ramps that were closed along I-80 Tuesday morning.

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