Campbell Hill road intermittent closures planned through end of March


Falcon Media Staff

Intersection of E. Wooster street and Campbell Hill road, the future location of a new roundabout.

Falcon Media Staff

Campbell Hill road, from East Wooster to Clough street, will be closed intermittently from March 28 through March 31, according to the City of Bowling Green’s press release.

When possible, the closures will take place during the overnight hours. The temporary closures are necessary as preparations get underway for the water line replacement project taking place in advance of the roundabout construction, officials said.

As previously reported, the East Wooster and Campbell Hill Road roundabout project is underway.

Visual of the plan for a new roundabout coming to BG (City of Bowling Green)

Initial work will include replacing the water line within the footprint of the roundabout and then will proceed with the roundabout construction. Access to businesses and one lane of traffic in each direction will stay open throughout the duration of the project.

Intermittent traffic delays and closures should be expected over the next few months as the project progresses, the City said.

The entire project is anticipated to be complete by August 1, in advance of the National Tractor Pulls, BGSU Move-In, and other significant fall events taking place in Bowling Green.