Today began the official work on the state route 'Diverging Diamond' Interchange through Wood County. It is important that when traveling to keep in mind that SR 25 between Eckel Junction Road and Jefferson Street, will be reduced to one lane due to bridge work. The project is slated to be complete in October should schedule and weather permit. In mid-July, the ramp from southbound I-475 to SR 25 will be closed for about 5 weeks. 

"Single lane restrictions are possible on I-475, between the I-75/475 interchange and Fort Meigs Road, for diverging diamond interchange work.  Additionally, overnight from 9pm until 6am, lane restrictions are possible on SR 25, between Levis Commons Boulevard and Eckel Junction Road, for diverging diamond interchange work. " 

The best options to use alternate travel may be below:

Bowling Green:
enter southbound I-75 from U.S 20 and take I-75 to the state Rt. 582 interchange in Middleton Township. From there you can rejoin State Rt. 25.

Levis Commons Area:
Drivers may want to use Roachton Road to approach the shopping area from the south. Roachton can be reached from central Perrysburg via State Rt. 199(Louisiana Avenue) or Fort Meigs Road.

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