SR 91 & Norton Road Improvement Project

Update 12/2/16: The bridge on SR 91/Darrow Road over the bike trail has been replaced with an arch culvert. Darrow Road now has two lanes, northbound and southbound, and a left turn lane for southbound traffic at Fishcreek Road. Fishcreek Road has been reconstructed with new curbs and a future turn lane to southbound Darrow Road. Construction work will continue on both roadways which will require temporary lane restrictions. The final wearing surface will be placed next summer.

Signalization of Fishcreek Road/Darrow Road intersection will begin mid December. Once the signals are operational, the temporary signal at the Shoppes of Stow and Brueggers Bagels will be removed.

The bike trail will be partially opened on a limestone base by late December for the winter and spring. However, additional work such as sealing, painting, and grouting the culvert along with placing the asphalt base and surface will take place when it is warmer in late spring and summer. Temporary closures of the bike trail will be needed at that time. 

Starting early December, storm sewer work will begin on Norton Road east of S.R. 91. This may require daily temporary lane restrictions. Winter work will be weather dependent. 

Please view the Summit County Metro Parks website for bike trail updates and alternative routes.

The City of Stow Engineering Department is the lead agency. If you have any questions, call 330-689-2719 or email Jim McCleary here. Updates will be posted on the City of Stow website at www.stowohio.org.
SR 91 Norton Bridge

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Project Description


Improvements in Hudson and Stow in the SR 91 (Darrow Road) and Norton Road area are currently under way.  These improvements will better accommodate vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians on Norton Road. This works includes adding right-turn-only lanes and resurfacing on both SR 91 and Norton Road. In addition, the project will include upgraded signalization of the intersection, a shared-use path on Norton Road, plus new curbs, walks, signing, pavement markings, and drainage improvements to SR 91.

Purpose and Need


The intersection of SR 91 and Norton Road currently experiences substantial traffic delays and congestion, especially during rush hour traffic. The purpose of the project is to reduce the delay that is experienced by travelers.

Maintenance of Traffic


During construction, temporary lane closures will be required, but access shall be maintained to all residences and commercial establishments. Two-way traffic will be maintained throughout the project.

S.R. 91 and Norton Construction Overview Map

SR 91 Norton Map