I-69 overnight lane restriction to install concrete barrier wall


The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) plans overnight single lane restrictions on northbound Interstate 69 at the Exit 5 interchange with 116th Street and State Road 37.  The overnight restrictions will begin—weather permitting—at 10 p.m. Monday, May 7 and Tuesday, May 8 and will end by 5 a.m. the following mornings.

Milestone Contractors, the state’s contractor for the $18 million Operation Indy Commute project, will be installing temporary concrete barrier wall on northbound I-69 during the nighttime operation.  Northbound I-69 is currently restricted to two lanes from Exit 5 to north of State Road 37 for reconstruction of a new double-lane flyover ramp to State Road 37.  Traffic exiting northbound I-69 to 116th Street and State Road 37 is restricted to a single lane.  This traffic configuration is scheduled to last until October.

The Operation Indy Commute project is an initiative by INDOT to strategically eliminate recurring commuting bottlenecks on I-69 in Marion and Hamilton Counties.  The program is modeled after successful, quick-turnaround traffic flow improvements built in other states under the Federal Highway Administration’s Localized Bottleneck Reduction Program.  For more information on Operation Indy Commute, visit www.indycommute.indot.in.gov.


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