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Opportunity Corridor Project continues in Cleveland, causing traffic detours

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Posted at 12:25 PM, Jul 07, 2017
and last updated 2017-07-07 12:25:35-04

The Opportunity Corridor Project will continue throughout the next year, causing multiple detours. 

Starting July 10, crews will be closing parts of East 105 Street, Quebec Avenue for bridge reconstruction and work on the roadway. 

Detours are as follows: 

  • East 105th Street between Quincy Avenue and Norman Avenue will close for bridge demolition and reconstruction work. Drivers and pedestrians will be detoured via Cedar Avenue and East 93rd Street.
    Duration: 400 days 
     
  • Quebec Avenue between East 103rd and East 105th streets will close for roadway realignment work. Drivers and pedestrians will be detoured via Cedar Avenue and East 93rd Street.
    Duration: 400 days
     
  • East 93rd Street between Quincy Avenue and Woodland Avenue for roadway reconstruction and utility work. Drivers and pedestrians will be detoured via Quincy Avenue, Woodhill Road and Woodland Avenue. 
    Duration: 120 days

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The Opportunity Corridor Project, a $331 million project, began in 2013. Its goal is to connect residents to the larger city and region throughout multiple modes of travel, including a wide median, bike paths and new traffic lights. 

A new traffic pattern will also be in effect at Chester Avenue and East 105th Street for six weeks, restricting turns onto East 105th.