Kingsview Dr. Bridge Replacement Project

City of Lebanon in coordination with the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) proposes to replace the Kingsview Drive bridge (SFN 8360235) over Turtle Creek in in the City of Lebanon, Ohio. 

Small right-of-way impacts to surrounding properties are expected. The vehicular bridge will be closed to traffic for approximately 40 weeks during construction. Traffic control and roadway closure signs will be posted, and the signed detour will be Colombia Road to Mason Morrow Millgrove Road to Turtlecreek Road for an approximate detour length of 3.5 miles. The pedestrian bridge that is part of the Lebanon Countryside Trail will be closed for no more than two weeks, in order to safely replace the Kingsview Drive bridge. Pedestrian access will be maintained on the adjacent bridge during the majority of construction. The closure/detour information is available on the map below. Construction work is expected to begin in Fall 2024 and will last approximately six months.

The Lebanon Countryside Trail is a recognized recreational property and affords protection from adverse impacts associated with federal-aid transportation projects.  While the proposed bridge replacement project will not result in any adverse impacts to the Lebanon Countryside Trail or substantial impacts to environmental resources, The City of Lebanon, is seeking any comments you may have regarding the proposed project.  Project-related issues the public may wish to comment on include, but are not limited to, the effect of the project on local residents, air quality, the proposed temporary trail closure/detour, etc.

We sincerely appreciate your cooperation and assistance so this worthwhile project can be completed at the earliest possible date. Please submit comments by mail, phone, or email regarding the social, environmental, and economic impacts of the proposed project by 9/18/2023.

 Benjamin Stucke, PE
City Engineer – City of Lebanon, Ohio

Kingsview Bridge Detour - Copy