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.
INDOT officials say factors have changed since the initial route along State Road 37 was selected ten years ago
Traffic on State Road 37 in Bloomington will shift on or after Dec. 17.
The I-69 private developer held an open house to allow public comments and answer questions about Section 5 of I-69.
With no funding to finish I-69, what options are on the table? The state eliminated its energy efficiency program, what’s being considered now.
Sections one through five of I-69 have funding, but state officials have not decided how to pay for the section from Martinsville to Indianapolis.