A construction project that was scheduled to begin this spring has been pushed to next year.
The Ohio Department of Transportation is pushing back construction of the Interstate 70 and Hilliard Rome Road interchange project.
The agency says it plans to do all the work during the next construction season instead of breaking it up into two phases as originally planned.
ODOT says the change will help save money and time.
The project is expected to cost an estimated $5.4 million.
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