The state Route 2 Shoreway, between downtown Cleveland and Lakewood, is shutdown in both directions due to a 20-car pileup.
It is usually one of many Northeast Ohio highways experiencing trade issues.
The Ohio Turnpike has released a transport anathema for certain vehicles after countless accidents and spin-outs.
The Twitter hoop @OhioTurnpike sent out a following tweets shortly before 1 p.m. on Saturday:
“Please be aware, countless accidents on #OHTPK due to blowing/drifting sleet low visibility. Reduce speeds expostulate according to conditions.”
“#OHTPK has released a Travel Ban restricting transport of certain prolonged combo/high-profile vehicles. List of restrictions: http://www.ohioturnpike.org/alerts”
The anathema will be in outcome until serve notice.
For trade updates, including real-time cameras, revisit www.wkyc.com/traffic.
POST FROM OHIO TURNPIKE
Winter Weather Travel Ban in Effect
Please be suggested that a Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission has placed a Travel Ban into outcome from 1:00 PM, Feb 14, 2015 due to winter storm. The Travel Ban might be extended or reduced as conditions warrant. The Engineering Department is closely monitoring a situation
When a Travel Ban is placed into effect, a following forms of vehicles shall be criminialized from roving a Ohio Turnpike until a Travel Ban is canceled:
Not enclosed in a Travel Ban are self-propelled engine homes, low-profile trailers, fold-down camper trailers, pickup trucks with slide-on camper units, vehicles towing fifth-wheel form trailers, or any other form of trailers towed by newcomer vehicles or pickup trucks. Also released from a Travel Ban are blurb trucks towing singular flatbed or box-type trailers, flatbed double-trailer combinations in additional of ninety (90) feet and any double-trailer multiple blurb vehicles reduction than ninety (90) feet.