If the bumps and potholes on State Route 91 under the I-480 overpass have been frustrating you, relief is here.
The city will start resurfacing the section of SR 91 between the I-480 ramps starting Monday, April 16. The project is scheduled to last until mid-June.
Road work will be performed at night -- from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. -- and on weekends to minimize affects to traffic at the I-480 ramps. While the ramps will still be open, turning will be limited and drivers are advised to use the ramps at SR 82 and I-480.
Work in the project includes asphalt grinding, concrete base removal, base repairs and resurfacing on 0.17-mile stretch of SR 91.
The next big project in a similar area will begin in June, as the city will widen and add left turn lanes to the SR 91 and Creekside Drive intersection. The project should conclude in September, just after the fall semester begins at the new Kent State University Geauga-Twinsburg Regional Academic center.