ROADS/BRIDGES: Indiana governor, INDOT kick off $92 million I-69 improvements project

The Major Moves 2020 project will widen 15 miles, redesign Exit 210

Highway Construction News June 24, 2016
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The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) joined with Governor Mike Pence as well as state and local leaders to officially kick off construction on a $92 million project to modernize Interstate 69 in Hamilton and Madison counties.

 

The project, as part of the governor’s Major Moves 2020 program, will widen 15 miles of I-69 from State Road 37 in Fishers to State Road 38 in Pendleton. Also, the project will reconfigure I-69 Exit 210 at Campus/Southeastern Parkway into a double-crossover diamond.

 

Most highway maintenance activities and construction projects will halt work and pull back barriers and barricades to the safest extent possible for holiday weekend travel. Following Independence Day, contractors will shift traffic to begin widening I-69 and build new ramps at Exit 210.

 

Governor’s Pence’s Major Moves 2020 program is widening and rehabilitating more than 40 miles of I-65 and I-69 in Indiana.

 

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