Kirby Rd from Glenway Ave to West North Bend Rd closed Mt. Airy - wave3.com-Louisville News, Weather & Sports

Kirby Rd. closed to through traffic starting Friday

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MT. AIRY, OH (FOX19) -

Work will begin on Friday to stabilize the hillside and roadway along Kirby Road.

The stabilization will happen between 5300-5400 Kirby Road and is expected to last until early March.

Kirby Road will be closed to through traffic from Glenway Ave. to West North Bend Road for the duration of the project.

Motorists are urged to reduce speed and use caution while driving through the constructed area. Access will be maintained for local traffic only. A detour will be in place during construction.

For more information about the Department of Transportation and Engineering, click here.

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