Current Construction



  • The intersection of Gray Road and Main Street is closed for construction of a roundabout. It is planned to reopen in August.
  • Lane restrictions have begun near Keystone Parkway and 96th Street, where a new roundabout interchange will be built. Construction is expected to last through 2019.
  • Construction of a new roundabout at 96th Street and Hazel Dell Parkway continues. Completion is expected by July. The road will be partially closed, as the roundabout is being built in phases with traffic flowing through it.
  • 96th Street is closed at Priority Way for construction of a roundabout. The closure is expected to last until August.
  • The roundabout at Third Avenue SW and City Center Drive is still under construction but is fully open to traffic.
  • Construction on a new access ramp from Lowes Way to Keystone Parkway is under way. Phase one of the project is expected to be complete in October 2019.
  • 116th Street is closed between Towne and Spring Mill roads for replacement of a bridge east of Clay Center Road and a culvert over Williams Creek just west of Ditch Road. The road is expected to reopen in August.
  • Phase 2 of the 146th Street construction project is under way between Ditch and Towne roads. A frontage road will be available to access homes and businesses. Phase 2 is expected to be complete this summer.
  • West 96th Street is closed west of Ditch Road for a storm water culvert project. The road is expected to reopen by July 1. Lane restrictions are expected through August.
  • Carmel Drive and Old Meridian Street is closed for construction of a roundabout. The closure is planned through September.
  • North Range Line Road from 136th Street to U.S. 31 is expected to close on or after Aug. 3 for construction. The closure is planned until early 2019.
  • An expansion of Cherry Creek Boulevard is anticipated to begin in July and be complete before the end of the year.


  • The intersection at 113th Street and Florida Road is closed to allow for the realignment and construction of a new roundabout. The closure began July 16 and will last 90 days.
  • Brooks School Road is closed between Desert Glen Drive and Club Point Drive. The closure began July 5 and will last 90 days. Brooks School Road also is closed between 126th Street and 136th Street to construct a sidewalk to the east of the bridge over I-69. The road will reopen in early August.
  • 136th Street is now open between Southeastern Parkway and Prairie Baptist Road. Southeastern Parkway has closed between 136th Street and Isle of Man Way to complete a roundabout. The closure began July 10 and will last 30 days. For detours, traffic should travel up Prairie Baptist Road to 136th  Street.
  • 106th Street is closed from Eller Road to Allisonville Road and from Allisonville Road to Hague Road for the 106th Street Infrastructure Project. Closures will also take place from Hague Road to the Crosspoint Boulevard/Lantern Road roundabout. Work will be complete this fall. Eller Road is closed south of White Horse Lane for concrete work associated with the 106th Street Infrastructure Project and should reopen this fall.
  • The intersection of 131st and Cumberland Road is closed for the construction of a new roundabout. The project began May 29 and will last 45 days.
  • Traffic has been shifted to the east to allow for widening on the west side along Allisonville Road from 126th Street to 131st Street. Restrictions will be in place between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., and flaggers will be on site directing traffic. All southbound left turns from onto 126th Street from Allisonville Road are prohibited. The work will be complete by winter.
  • Road closures will take place from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays on the east side of Municipal Drive for the farmers market. Parking is available in The Depot and The Switch garages. On Tuesday and Friday evenings, concerts are held on the Central Green, and Municipal Drive will be closed in front of city hall beginning at noon those days. At the same time, North Street and Municipal Drive are right-turn-only, and Fishers Center and Municipal drives are left-turn-only. Street parking is restricted on Municipal Drive during concert days.


  • Fortville Pike, between East 200 North and East 300 North will be closed for a bridge replacement. Lanes along I-70 will be reduced, and the closure will last through Sept. 3.


  • 241st Street between Overdorf Road and Fall Road in White River Township was scheduled to be closed on or after July 9 for the replacement of a small structure. The closure will last 120 days, scheduled to open Nov. 7.
  • In its work to make upgrades to northern Old Town storm sewer systems, Noblesville Utilities is installing storm pipe and bricks on Clinton and Logan streets downtown. Milling began June 18, and repaving began June 25, to be complete in July. Sidewalk restoration and work on rain gardens at 10th and Wayne streets will be completed by early July. Construction began in August 2017 to separate combination sewers so stormwater is sent to White River, and the sanitary sewage is sent to the city’s wastewater treatment plant.
  • Road reconstruction work began last month at 276th Street near U.S. 31. The road will be closed to all through traffic for 90 calendar days, tentatively opening back up to traffic on or before July 31. During the closure, local traffic should utilize the signed detour route of 266th Street and Devaney Road. Property owners will continue to have access to their properties. This project will widen the lanes and shoulders from U.S. 31 to Gwinn Road and is the second of three phases of work to take place.
  • Construction of a single-lane roundabout at Strawtown Avenue and Ind. 37 in north Noblesville is ongoing. Ind. 37 will remain open with some changes to normal traffic patterns. Strawtown Avenue will be closed for up to 90 days. The Indiana Dept. of Transportation expects the intersection to be fully open this fall.
  • Strawtown Avenue, between Prairie Baptist Road and Cyntheanne Road, is closed for the replacement of Bridge No. 124 over Dyers Creek in White River Township. During the closure, motorists should utilize the signed detour route consisting of Prairie Baptist Road, 226th Street and Cyntheanne Road. Strawtown Avenue is expected to reopen to traffic on Aug. 31.


  • The Indiana Dept. of Transportation recently released an update regarding a pavement preservation project. Lane restrictions will be in place on U.S. 31 from Ind. 38 to the U.S. 31 bypass in Tipton County for pavement rehabilitation. Traffic will be restricted to one lane each direction during construction. E&B Paving crews will be patching asphalt and concrete, milling and resurfacing. INDOT is encouraging drivers to slow down and stay alert while driving near crews. Arrow boards and barrels will be in place to direct traffic around the crews. The project began April 30 and should be complete this fall.
  • The Towne Road Improvement Project has begun, and Towne Road is closed to through traffic from 156th Street to 166th Street. The closure began July 11, and detours will be in place for 64 more working days. The project is expected to take up to four months to complete and should be finished in October. Three box culverts will be replaced, and new ditches will be cut to facilitate better roadside drainage. Each travel lane will be widened by 2 feet, and grade adjustments along the road will improve line of sight.
  • A new connection that will link 146th Street to southbound Keystone Parkway is under construction. Lane closures are active on Keystone Parkway, and construction is expected to last through 2019.
  • A new roadway is under construction, and it will connect Park Street to 169th Street, also known as David Brown Drive. The new road will run parallel to U.S. 31. Utility efforts are ongoing for the roadway, and temporary, intermittent lane closures will take place along Poplar Street and Park Street over the next few weeks.
  • Utility relocations are ongoing for Monon Trail Phase 5, which will construct a pedestrian bridge over Ind. 32. Letting is on track for this month. The project is expected to be complete in fall 2019, but a specific date has not been announced.
  • Clearing has been completed for Monon Trail Phase 7, which extends the trail from 191st Street to 216th Street. Storm infrastructure is currently under way. Earthwork and grading will begin soon. The project will be complete in September.


  • Southbound I-65 between the I-65/I-465 interchange on the northwest side is now closed for bridge preservation projects. During the closure, I-65 southbound traffic on the northwest side will be detoured via I-465 South or I-865 East. The estimated date to reopen the interstate is Aug. 5.
  • The Zionsville Street and Stormwater Dept. is doing a micro resurfacing application on the path along Willow Road. This path could be closed until the end of this week, weather permitting. The path will not be accessible while work is being done. The area includes approximately 1 1/2 miles from Elm Lane to Ind. 421.
  • Indianapolis Road, north of the intersection of County Road 550 is now closed at the new TA Travel Center drive. Cozy Lane is closed at Whitestown Parkway.  All traffic must exit to the north onto Indianapolis Road. Westbound Whitestown Parkway, coming from I-65, is detoured south down Indianapolis Road to County Road 750 South.  Eastbound coming toward the site also will use 475 East to 750 South to Indianapolis Road. This phase of construction will last until Aug. 10.
  • The Indiana Dept. of Transportation has closed Ind. 47 over I-65 in Boone County. This closure will last through the end of September. INDOT is replacing the deck on the bridge. The detour will utilize U.S. 52 to Ind. 32 to Ind. 39. The full project includes patching and resurfacing I-65 from Lebanon to near Lafayette.
  • New construction of a roadway connection between County Road 400 South (Albert S. White) to County 300 South on the east side of Whitestown is under way. This project also included the construction of the new bridge over Jackson Creek (Boone County Bridge No. 190). The corridor is being developed as a two-lane roadway with the ability to easily expand to a four-lane divided roadway in the future.

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