Construction : Intersection Improvement: Canton Road at US 224 and State Route 91


Dec 22, 2020

Project Details

Project ID:



Lakemore, Springfield Township

Project Contacts:

Ohio Department of Transportation, District 4

Project Schedule

Plan Year:

01-01-2019 - 11-30-2021

This $12.2 million dollar safety improvement project is being administerd by the Ohio Department of Transportation. ODOT controls three of four legs of the intersection with Summit County responsible for the southern leg. The project will widen Canton Road/SR 91 to create a northbound dual left turn lane, eastbound right turn lane, proper eastbound left & southbound left storage length at the US-224 intersection. On Canton Road (CR-66) south of US-224, they will construct raised concrete median from US-224 to approximately 150 feet south of the Arcadia and Meadow intersection. Canton Road will be widened for a two way left turn lane south of Arcadia to Springfield Lake Drive and on State Route 91 from Old Home north to Linwood. There will be dedicated U-Turns on Canton Road at Springfield Lake Drive and on State Route 91 at Linwood. The project includes City of Akron waterline replacement within the project limits. Springfield Township and the Village of Lakemore are participating financially in the construction of decorative lighting units and landscaping along the corridor.


Roadwork to begin April 14, 2020.


United States Route 224, State Route 91, and County Highway 66

Graphical map of project site

Maintenance of Traffic:

From the Ohio Department of Transportation
CONTINUING IMPACTS -  The following restrictions are in place through 2020:

  • Canton Rd. and State Route 91 is reduced to one lane in each direction between the Lakemore Shopping Plaza and Russet Lane.
  • Canton Rd between Springfield Lake Dr and US 224 cannot make a left turn. NB traffic should use the U-turn at Linwood Rd and SB traffic should use the U-turn at Springfield Lake Dr.

Estimated completion, April 2022.


Image of Canton Rd at 224 and 91 Street View


Construction Cost:




Funding Sources:

Ohio Department of Transportation, Federal Safety Funds, Federal funds programmed through AMATS, and Local Motor Vehicle and Gas Tax funds.