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Super Duper Load to Roll into Chillicothe, Overnight in Ross County


OHIO – A heavier superload will roll through Pike and Ross County on Thursday, locals will be able to go see the load when it comes to a halt in the Ross County area.

The journey kicks off from West Portsmouth at approximately 8 a.m. The load will travel north on the SR 239 southbound ramp to SR 73/SR 852. From there, it will venture south in the northbound lanes of SR 73/SR 852 until it reaches U.S. Route 52. Continuing its trek, it will head east in the westbound lanes on U.S. Route 52 until it merges onto U.S. Route 23 in Portsmouth. Heading north on U.S. Route 23 in the northbound lanes, it will make its way to the intersection of Kinneys Lane and Argonne Road, where it will transition into the northbound lanes. The journey continues north on U.S. Route 23, passing through Piketon. At Market Street, the load will cross over into the southbound lanes of U.S. Route 23 to navigate around traffic signals before reverting to the northbound lanes. Traveling onward to Chillicothe, the load will then take U.S. Route 35 west to SR 104 north. Progressing northward on SR 104 toward SR 207, the load will settle for the night just north of the SR 104/207 intersection.

As this monumental transport makes its way through Ohio’s roadways, motorists are advised to exercise caution and plan alternate routes to avoid any potential delays.