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Road restrictions for May 5

WASHINGTON CENTER ROAD

Lane restrictions today and May 6 between Cross Creek Boulevard and Innovation Drive.

HARRISON STREET

Southbound lane restrictions through May 17 between Pearl and Main streets.

MAIN STREET

Closed between Harrison and Webster streets through May 10, weather permitting.

ILLINOIS ROAD

Lane restrictions through May 8 from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. over Interstate 69 between Hadley and Getz roads through mid-May.

EWING STREET

Lane restrictions on the bridge over the St. Marys River between Superior and First streets through May 6.

ABOITE CENTER ROAD

Lane restrictions between West Lakes Drive and West Jefferson Boulevard through Aug. 30.

COVERDALE ROAD

Closed between Winters Road and Airport Expressway through July 18.

COVERDALE ROAD

Closed between Winters and Ferguson roads through July 18.

ANTHONY BOULEVARD

Closed at the bridge over the Maumee River, between Berry Street and Lake Avenue, through May.

CARROLL ROAD

Closed at the bridge over the Geller and Johnson drains, between U.S. 33 and Ray Road, through May 14.

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