Officials say they are cautiously optimistic there won’t be any backlash from INDOT for years of opposition to the road from county leaders.
A Monroe County judge has heard a case brought by the Indiana Department of Transportation against a pair of longtime Interstate 69 opponents.
Construction began Friday behind the home of long-time I-69 detractors Thomas and Sandra Tokarski
The groups say the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers did not accurately assess the environmental impacts of filling in waterways to build I-69.
INDOT is closing Carter Road on the southwest side of Monroe County beginning Monday, but some residents say they did not receive enough advanced warning.
Carter Road will close just east of the Monroe/Greene county line. Cul-de-sacs will be constructed through construction where crossroads meet up with Carter Rd.
There are several sizeable cracks in the asphalt just south of the Patoka River Bridge on the Pike/Gibson County Line.
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November second, when the new I-69 extension opened, through December fourteenth, there have been 28 crashes, 24 of those are deer related.
A lawsuit being filed in federal court argues INDOT and the Federal Highway Administration did not properly disclose environmental impact studies to the public.