The Ohio Department of Transportation says Interstate 75 northbound in Findlay will be restricted to one lane on Wednesday and Thursday for beam setting over the railroad tracks.
ODOT says the right lane of I-75 northbound will close from the southern end of the project, just south of Harrison Street/County Road 144, to the Sandusky Street overpass, which is just south of the State Route 12 interchange.
On both days, the restriction will begin at noon and continue until four beams are set.
ODOT says drivers will need to slow down and use extra caution in the area, as they always should in any work zone, and should consider taking an alternate route.
This is the final year of the Interstate 75 Reconstruction and Widening project through Findlay and ODOT says all lanes of I-75 should be open by late summer with the entire project completed by late fall.