Butler County Engineer
Greg Wilkens reports that Kyles Station Road will close between
Old Kyles Station Road and Ohio 747 for a roadway improvement
beginning July 6. This project will widen the existing lanes
to twelve feet, add four-foot paved shoulders, and improve storm
drainage. Total project length is approximately 1,250 feet and
is designed to match existing pavement at each end of the project
A construction contract
has been awarded to Rack & Ballauer Excavating Company, Inc.
located in the Ross / Crosby Township area which submitted a
low bid of $204,677. Funding for the project will consist of
100 percent BCEO money.
All work is scheduled
for completion by late August, weather permitting.
and Maintenance of Traffic
Kyles Station Road
will close between Old Kyles Station Road and Ohio 747 for the
roadway improvement beginning Monday, July 6, 2015. The road
is tentatively scheduled to reopen the week of August 24, 2015.
During this closure,
detours will be posted for all thru traffic; however, local access
will be maintained for residents of Kyles Station Road within
the construction zone as well as for emergency services. Residents
of the Meadows of Aspen Trails subdivision will not be permitted
access to their subdivision via Oak Creek Trail off of Kyles
Station. Access to Meadows of Aspen Trails will be restricted
to Glen Springs Drive off of Ohio 747 while Kyles Station Road
Detour: Eastbound Kyles Station Road
traffic will detour northeast on Ohio 4 and south on Ohio 747
to Kyles Station. Westbound traffic will reverse this route.
Motorists are encouraged
to check the Road Closings
page here on the BCEO web site as the best source for possible
date and status changes concerning this closure.