Third super load to travel though the region beginning Wednesday


COLUMBUS – The third of nearly two dozen super loads — this one tipping the scale at 549,000 pounds — will leave Adams County on Wednesday and pass through the area on its way to Hebron.

It will follow the same route which includes the areas of Piketon, Chillicothe and Canal Winchester and is scheduled to be delivered March 30, according to the Ohio Department of Transportation.

The third of nearly two dozen “super loads” will leave a dock near Manchester in Adams County on Wednesday, March 27.

The first two super loads weighed in at 390,000 pounds, while this one is 549,000 pounds and measures nearly 21 feet tall, 18 feet wide, and just over 172 feet long.

While no official closures or detours are planned, slow-rolling roadblocks will be necessary during transit, and drivers should plan for long delays along the route.

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