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Rich, you put the story together on this this week, tell us why we lose that road for two years. Rich Exner: Two reasons. They want to get the work done as quickly as possible, and it's gotten complicated there. They're going to actually build this new road underneath East 55th Street. So, as opposed to just altering an interchange or making some minor changes, they're going to have to construct a tunnel underneath an existing road.
Then, the other thing is they believe that they have detours that once people get used to them, they won't be so bad because they're nearby and have other ways to get you under the street. Chris Quinn: But, as the commenters on your story pointed out, you could do a lot of the work on the rest of that road and condense the stuff that has to happen at East 55th, and allow people to continue to use it. How many people use that road every day?
Rich Exner: You got about 39, vehicles a day.
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That's a lot of vehicles that are using it. Anyone that's down there at the busy times know it's a mess now, so it's a mess because people are using it.
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Chris Quinn: What are they doing on Interstate 77 to deal with the overload that will come that way? Rich Exner: So, at that point if you're coming up Interstate 77 in the morning say, or coming from the West side across and continuing down that stretch that's going to be closed, there's a lot of vehicles now that jump off the highway right there.
So, now because of this closing, more vehicles will be continuing North. So, you're going to get an extra lane on the freeway going North. There's two lanes now through there. You'll have three lanes to continue up to the East 30th street where a lot of people will be getting off. Chris Quinn: Jane, you're an East Sider. You've used this You know what a headache this can be. What do you think East Siders will do to cope with it? Jane Kahoun: Oh, boy.
We always find a way, but it's going to ruin my commute to the airport whenever I have to get to the airport. On the other hand, I'm kind of looking forward to two years from now traveling on this boulevard. I think it might be I might be in the minority believing that. Chris Quinn: Yeah. It's always been odd that I comes through this dead stop at 55th because they originally envisioned a road going through Shaker Heights that people back in the day fought off.
So, it's been an awkward intersection. Ultimately, this will be a nice way. Jane Kahoun: Right. A boulevard will be a lot nicer than a freeway going through there.
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Mark Naymik: Except all you drivers from the East Side are going to try to drive like it's still a high speed lane, and we saw this on the West Shoreway where they've reduced the speed to Nobody can get there. The police still have to be out there ticketing. Mark Naymik: Hey, I travel Been traveling North 77 for years. One of the benefits of this when it is all done is they are going They had a high accident area right at 77 and where people would turn off to go to for that very small jog over to East 55th. Looking at some of ODOT's materials recently, this is one of those areas that they believe they can alleviate because there's going to be an additional lane.
All of that's getting reworked on the bridge which is going on right now that goes over Chris Quinn: But think about it though. They're going to add an additional lane on 77 which is a pretty packed road as it is. Narrowing those lanes to fit more traffic isn't that going to make you a little more nervous? Mark Naymik: Hey. If you've ever driven out West in California or in any of the more real congested areas, those lanes are significantly smaller in a lot of parts of the country where the traffic is higher. We're just going to have to learn to maybe for once get with the rest of the country.
Chris Quinn: All right. But, I'm an East Sider. I go up Cedar Hill all the time. Those have the narrowest lanes. We don't do it. It's 70 miles an hour.
What will the speed limit be there? Rich Exner: It will probably be the same or close. I think the speed limit is probably not-. They did the same thing to It was a little harrowing going across , but it did keep the traffic moving where they made more lanes and made them skinnier like that.
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And once people do get used to this, as a West Sider who always is trying to explain to people how to get to University Circle, this is going to be a lot easier. Remember this idea originally came out when they were trying to figure out whether to rebuild the bridge, whether to redo Dead Man's Curve, and all these things. That's where this idea came from is to take traffic away from downtown. So, it's going to be easier to get downtown once it's done, but we've got to wait for that.
This job is closed for two years. The whole thing is not going to be done for three years.