The Indiana Department of Transportation will pay $57.5 million for construction of a four-mile stretch of I-69 southwest of Bloomington.
Motorists' GPS units might need time to catch up with the changes underway.
The Indiana Rail Road Company is building a facility in Daviess County that will transfer cargo between rail lines and trucks.
INDOT is looking at ways for communities along the route to enjoy the interstate before it is opened to traffic.
INDOT has awarded a contract to Gohmann Asphalt & Construction to build parts of I-69 in Monroe and Greene counties.
The exits will be 200 numbers higher than they have been.
A judge has ruled that the U.S. Corps of Army Engineers did not violate federal law.
INDOT held a public hearing Friday to listen to landowners opinions about its mitigation plans.
The bridge, although it’s likely still many years from completion, is a joint project between the two states.
Gov. Mitch Daniels has been fast-tracking construction, but when he leaves office in January, the road will be less than half-finished.