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I-75 ramp closings to throttle freeway for 3 years
Starting on Monday, another local interstate construction headache will begin on I-75 — this one lasting until mid-2018. Drivers who use the Jeep-Willys interchange on I-75 will have to learn to use alternative routes to get to the freeway as part of a series of ramp closings that at times will severely limit access to Toledo’s primary freeway between downtown and I-280.

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