The third, and final, superload will be traveling through Jefferson and Harrison counties this Saturday, February 15, and Sunday, February 16. The superload is expected to enter in to Ohio from West Virginia just before sunrise this Saturday via U.S. 22.
The superload will travel to the CR 22A (Cadiz Rd.)/ SR 43 (CR 22A) intersection where it will be parked overnight on Saturday. The superload is expected to resume travel Sunday morning, at sunrise.
Traffic will be maintained via rolling road blocks. The transport will be accompanied by 4 Ohio State Highway Patrol escorts, Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), local law enforcement and utility trucks. Progress of the superload will affect traffic in all directions on the traveled routes.
Once the superload is in Ohio, motorists should expect delays and various intermittent ramp and lane closures as the superload progresses west.