A section of Midlothian Boulevard is going to be repaved beginning in the spring of 2023.

Upon completion, Midlothian Boulevard will be reduced to three lanes. One lane on each side will be for two-way traffic flow and a middle lane will be dedicated to left turns.

Bike lanes will also be installed on each side of the road.

Only about 2.2 miles of Midlothian Boulevard will be repaved. The project includes the section between Shirley Road, near the 680 interchange, and Glenwood Avenue.

At least one lane will remain open for traffic flow during construction. No road closures or detours due to the project have been announced at this time.

The City of Youngstown is also contemplating the removal of traffic signals at Hillman Street and Zedaker Avenue.

"All adjacent properties, businesses and intersecting side streets" will be accessible during construction.

More information on the project can be found on the City of Youngstown's Public Works website.

Any comments regarding the social, environmental or economic impacts of the project can be submitted via phone, email or mail. All comments must be submitted before Monday, February 13.

Those with comments can call 330-742-8800, email [email protected], or mail the City of Youngstown.