Some RR Crossing Closures in Sept. Could Affect Carlisle School District Residents
CARLISLE,OH -- Getting to school or work on time might be a little challenging for Carlisle School District residents for the month of September. From a press release from the Warren County Engineer's Office, certain roads will be closed in Franklin Township and the City of Carlisle due to work being done on CSX's railroad tracks.
Beginning Tuesday, September 6, 2022, the first road that will be closed for repairs will be Franklin-Madison Road (Franklin Township) at the at-grade railroad crossing.
When Franklin-Madison Road closure is complete, Central Avenue (City of Carlisle) will be closed at the at-grade railroad crossing.
After Central Avenue closure is complete, Fairview Avenue (City of Carlisle) will be closed at the at-grade railroad crossing.
Once Fairview Avenue closure is complete, Union Road (City of Carlisle) will be closed at the at-grade railroad crossing.
The press release stated that weather permitting, each railroad crossing should take two (2) to three (3) days to replace its railroad ties and to resurface its railway crossing, and there will be no posted detour for each closure.
According to the county's engineers office, this project is being performed by a Contractor for CSX Railroad Transportation. For more information, visit http://www.wceo.us/ or contact WCEO at (513) 695-3301.