A group of Bloomington residents wants to see a pedestrian bridge go up over I-69 between Second and Third streets.
Two Indiana Harbor Belt Co. locomotives started a series of wildfires at Indiana Dunes in 2012.
The bridge collapsed in December when a truck driver ignored weight limit signs and drove over the structure.
The section is scheduled to be complete on June 28, 2017.
Study authors say Indianapolis stands out thanks to the newly implemented BlueIndy service.
AAA credits low gas prices for the overall reduction in the cost of driving.
Roadwork this year is estimated to cost $850 million.
Some residents were faced with the reality that they may be forced to move.
Attendees will be able to ask questions about the stretch of I-69 extending from Martinsville to Indianapolis.
Construction is pushed back to next week, pending weather.