Current Road Construction



Project: Shelborne Road and 146th Street road shift

Location: 146th Street will be under a traffic shift for each direction of travel. This shift is expected to last approximately 60 calendar days. The shift will allow crews to work on the roundabout. Once motorists reach Shelborne Road heading eastbound, they will stop at Shelborne Road and be directed south onto Shelborne Road via signage onto the roundabout that will connect back to the existing 146th Street. Once motorists reach Shelborne Road heading westbound, they will be directed north onto Shelborne Road via signage and must turn left onto the new frontage road that will connect back to the existing 146th Street.

Expected completion: Dec. 1.


Project: New roundabout

Location: 111th Street and Lexington Drive

Expected completion: Mid-November


Project: New roundabout

Location: 111th Street and Westfield Boulevard

Expected completion: Mid-November


Project: Sister Cities Cultural Gardens expansion

Location: South of City Hall, including work along the Monon Greenway

Start date: On or after Oct. 1


Project: Widening of 146th

Location: Near Boone County border

Expected completion: By end of 2020


Project: New roundabout

Location: 116th Street and Guilford Road. East and westbound traffic flow will be maintained,but north and southbound connectivity will be limited.

Expected completion: Mid-November


Project: New roundabout

Location: 116th Street and College Avenue. East and westbound traffic flow will be maintained,but north and southbound connectivity will be limited.

Expected completion: Mid-November


Project: New roundabout

Location: Illinois Street and Zotec Drive

Expected completion: Nov. 1


Project: Reconstruction of Range Line Road, including a new roundabout at Walnut Street and pedestrian and bicycle connectivity

Location: Between Elm Street and City Center Drive

Expected completion: January 2021



Project: Ind. 37 Improvement Project

Location: 126th Street closure switched to the east side. During this time, cross access will be restricted, with only right in and right out. Northbound Ind. 37 traffic will not have access to 126th Street. Traffic on northbound Ind. 37 will shift to southbound lanes and two lanes will remain in each direction. Local access to businesses will remain open. All left-turn lanes have been restricted on Ind. 37 at 146th Street. Through traffic and right-turn lanes will remain open. Drivers should seek alternate routes for left turns.

Expected completion: November

Detour: Drivers will be directed to use 141st Street to Allisonville Road or 131st Street to Cumberland Road.


Project: 126th Street at Nickel Plate Trail Crossing

Location: 126th Street from the Nickel Plate Trail crossing to Ford Drive is currently closed. During this time, the construction of speed tables at the Nickel Plate Trail crossing and the first phase of the Ford Drive roundabout will be completed. During this phase, residents and businesses on and east of Ford/Windsor Drive will be accessible from southbound Ind. 37 only.

Expected completion: October


Project: Sargent Road roundabout, Mud Creek bridge replacement and additional travel lanes

Location: 96th Street between Sargent Road and Cumberland Road.

Expected completion: The Sargent Road roundabout reopened in mid-June. 96th Street east of Sargent Road to Cumberland Road will remain closed and is anticipated to reopen in early November. The official detour route will direct drivers to use Lantern Road or Cumberland Road to 106th Street.


Project: Pennington Road structure replacmenet

Location: Pennington Road is closed to through traffic between Ind. 32 and 186th Street for the replacement of a small structure.

Expected completion: Oct. 16


Project: Road rehabilitation

Location: A 3-mile stretch of 236th Street will be closed for two separate phases for road rehabilitation. The first phase is from west of Devaney Road to east of Tollgate Road. This phase is scheduled to be closed through Dec. 1. The second phase is from west of Deming Road to west of Devaney Road.

Expected completion: The first phase is expected to be closed through Dec. 1, and the second phase is expected to begin in spring 2021.


Project: Road resurfacing

Location: Various locations along and within the following areas: Mensa Drive, Country Lake Estates, Oakbay, Southwest Quad, North Harbour, South Harbour, North 9th Street and adjacent streets, Monument Street and various alleys

Expected completion: Oct. 15



Project: Hamilton Boone County Road

Location: Between 146th and 156th streets.

Expected completion: The road is currently open but will be closed for 30 days beginning Sept. 14.


Project: Jersey Street

Location: From Union Street to Mill Street

Expected completion: Jersey Street will be closed for the remainder of the Grand Junction Plaza construction.


Project: Westfield Boulevard connector

Location: The extension will connect the roundabout at Ind. 32 and Shamrock Boulevard with David Brown Drive. Construction has moved to the south side of Park Street.

Expected completion: End of 2020


Project: Spring Mill Road resurfacing and widening

Location: Near the new Meijer project at Spring Mill Road and Ind. 32. Drivers can expect temporary lane restrictions.


Project: Grand Junction Plaza

Location: The parking lot west of Union Street and south of Main Street

Expected completion: The gravel parking lot on the east end of Park Street is permanently closed as the Grand Junction Plaza is moving into the construction phase. Parking is available on the west end of Park Street.


Project: Natalie Wheeler Trail 

Location: On Union Street between Mill and Jersey streets.

Expected completion: Closed during construction of the Grand Junction Plaza, estimated completion in 2021.


Project: Hamilton Boone County Road and Little Eagle Creek reconstruction

Location: Little Creek Avenue south of 146th Street will be closed for approximately 120 calendar days. The closure began Aug. 10. Hamilton Boone County Road between 146th Street and 156th Street is expected to be closed for a period not to exceed 30 calendar days beginning on or after Aug. 17. Local traffic will continue to have access to their homes, while thru traffic is asked to seek an alternate route.

Expected completion: End of December


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