Around 300 acres of forests and wetlands were destroyed during I-69 construction but INDOT says it will replenish land on a 3:1 ratio.
The grand opening celebrations along the route are closed to the public.
The trumpet will allow traffic to move through the interchange at a higher speed than some of the other designs that were previously on the table.
The road will be closed because of a failing storm sewer line needing repaired along the 45/46 Bypass Project.
Henryville is still recovering from the March tornado, and some residents are only beginning the process of building their homes.
The Indiana Department of Transportation will pay $57.5 million for construction of a four-mile stretch of I-69 southwest of Bloomington.
45/46 Bypass contruction is scheduled to end in mid-November.
Travelers are looking for some relief from traffic delays.
Customers to the Hoosier Barbershop at 10th and the Bypass have had trouble accessing the business.
Job growth is positive in many sectors of Indiana's economy, according to a report from the Department of Workforce and Development.