Intersections reopen, road closes


COM-The Commute I-69

The intersection of Hague Road and 196th Street was closed for the two weeks coinciding with Noblesville Schools’ Fall Break (Oct. 12 through 27) to construct the remaining legs of a roundabout. Upon completion of this phase of construction, the intersection will reopen as a functioning roundabout. However, work will still be ongoing through November. Officials said the intersection is hoped to be completed by Thanksgiving.

Road closure

The City of Noblesville and Hamilton County are partnering to close River Avenue between 160th Street and Ind. 32 this week. Hamilton County’s contractor will be doing preventive maintenance on the bridge over Cicero Creek and the city’s contractor will be completing warranty work.

Officials said access will be maintained to all homes and businesses through the duration of the project. River Avenue will be open from the north to local traffic from Ind. 32 down to 17090 River Rd. and to the south from 160th Street to 16567 River Rd. This includes Bannon & Son, Dove’s Nest Subdivision, Fink Dental, Hamilton Heart, River’s Edge Apartments, River Run Subdivision, Warren Auto, Westbrook Village, Westridge Subdivision and White River Can. For more information, contact the engineering department at 776-6330.

Exit reopens

Milestone Contractors has opened the southbound I-69 Exit 205 ramp to 116th Street. The exit opens to an improved configuration that passes under the new bridge carrying southbound Ind. 37 to I-69 and 116th Street.

The new configuration eliminates the former weaving traffic pattern in the southbound Exit 205 ramp system, which is intended to reduce congestion and improve traffic flow. The ramp system now has two lanes exiting to 116th Street and two lanes continuing to southbound I-69.

Southbound Ind. 37 remains restricted to a single lane south of 126th Street and there will be overnight lane restrictions on I-69 between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. as contractors work to complete the $18 million interchange improvement project by the end of this year. For more information, visit

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