Bloomington leaders want the state to take control of I-69 Section 5 after the developer failed to pay subcontractors. The state says that request is premature.
Some I-69 sub-contractors walked off the job this week because they haven't been getting paid for their work.
At least one of the subcontractors, Crider and Crider, stopped work on Section 5 this week.
INDOT officials say for the project to get back on track, and to meet its ultimate deadline of June 2017, it needs to pick up the pace in the next 60 days.
The I-65 project between Greenwood and Franklin has caused delays since April 2015.
Officials say it's too early to rule out any funding resources, including tolling.
Indiana and Kentucky will split the approximately $17 million cost for preliminary design work and an environmental review for the proposed crossing.
Gov. Pence says a focus on infrastructure means safer driving and more jobs.
INDOT says rain has prevented crews from fixing erosion issues along I-69.
A group of Bloomington residents wants to see a pedestrian bridge go up over I-69 between Second and Third streets.