INDOT will hold public hearings on section six throughout central Indiana this week.
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The proposed routes would run through the city, which is something Martinsville's mayor advocated for.
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There are more than a dozen possible routes being considered for the last leg of I-69.
INDOT is weighing the pros and cons of 14 alternative paths for I-69—the original plan and ones utilizing routes to the east and west of the SR 37 corridor.
The first meeting will take place Monday at Center Grove Middle School North in Greenwood.
The deadline to clear the trees is tomorrow, March 31st.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is hosting a series of public meetings to gather feedback about the route section six of Interstate 69 should take.