The subcommittee hoped to sit down with INDOT and FHWA to hammer out a deal that would allow the MPO to approve I-69.
Residents packed the council chambers in city hall for a meeting that lasted several hours. By the end, the MPO members voted again to postpone their vote.
Federal Highway Administration and INDOT officials met with the I-69 subcommittee Wednesday to answer questions about how the MPO can affect the road.
Section 5 includes the area along SR 37 from Bloomington to Martinsville.
Hundreds of people filled the Council Chambers of City Hall for the meeting, including environmental groups, and members of Bloomington’s business community.
The bill transfers control over establishing private-public partnership toll roads in Indiana from the state legislature to the governor.
A new study from AAA shows two of every five drivers admits to falling asleep behind the wheel.
Indiana writer Matt Dellinger spoke with WFIU's Ben Skirvin about his new book and about the history of the I-69 project.