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ADA ramp construction to start in Marietta on Tuesday

A year-long process will begin on Bettendorf roads starting Monday, July 22.  City officials say on Monday and continuing until June 2020, the Spruce Hills multi-use path project from Utica Ridge Road to 18th Street will begin. (MGN)
A year-long process will begin on Bettendorf roads starting Monday, July 22. City officials say on Monday and continuing until June 2020, the Spruce Hills multi-use path project from Utica Ridge Road to 18th Street will begin. (MGN)(KWQC)
Published: Aug. 12, 2019 at 10:17 AM EDT
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The city of Marietta announced that Shelly and Sands is constructing ADA ramps in Marietta beginning on Tuesday.

The construction of the ramps is part of the 2019 citywide paving project. The following streets will be affected by the ramp construction:

- 4th Street at the intersections of Putnam, Scammel and Wooster streets.

- 7th Street at the intersections of Wooster and Washington streets.

- Intersection of Lancaster Street and Fort Harmar Drive.

The ramp construction will continue until Sept. 6, weather permitting, and the milling and paving will occur later in September. Major delays are not expected, but motorists are asked to travel with caution and obey traffic signals.

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