Campus Parkway to shift to double-crossover diamond at I-69 on or after May 8


An image of the Campus Parkway and I-69 double-crossover diamond traffic pattern to occur on or after May 8. (Submitted image)

Interstate 69 in Fishers will remain under construction at Exit 210 through July, and a double-crossover diamond traffic pattern will occur at Campus Parkway and I-69 on or after May 8.

The double-crossover diamond pattern is intended to improve traffic flow during the remainder of construction for interchange improvements.

Campus Parkway and I-69 interchange will remain under construction, but the double-crossover diamond pattern is expected to be fully open to traffic in July. Upcoming months will see multiple traffic lane shifts to complete the interchange design.

Two interchanges similar to Campus Parkway and I-69 have been constructed with a double-crossover diamond pattern in Indiana in Fort Wayne and Greenwood. If confused about the configuration, drivers are encouraged to follow pavement markings, signs and traffic signal instructions.

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