Officials from INDOT broke ground on the section of Interstate 69 that will connect NSA-Crane with Monroe County just south of Bloomington.
A formal presentation will be presented, followed by a question and answer session. INDOT will then take public feedback on the plans.
A judge ruled Thursday that INDOT does have a right to be on the land, even though it is owned by a private citizen.
Indiana's two U.S. Senators voted Wednesday against a federal transportation bill they say would reduce funding to the state.
The MPO will have a regular meeting this Friday to discuss non-I-69 related business.
INDOT says Section four is on schedule, and the remaining contracts will go out for bid in July.
There is also a letter from U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood to Governor Mitch Daniels.
The subcommittee hoped to sit down with INDOT and FHWA to hammer out a deal that would allow the MPO to approve I-69.
Greenwood is getting another exit off I-65 after INDOT committed to helping fund the project.
Work to repair the Sherman Minton Bridge over the Ohio River is on schedule. According to INDOT, the span should be open by March.