The Indiana Department of Transportation has received approximately 600 public comments and the deadline to comment has now passed.
Gov. Mike Pence will gather with local and regional leaders to cut the ribbon on the section of interstate Wednesday morning.
A ceremony is reportedly planned for Dec. 9 to mark the opening of the new section of interstate.
The announcement comes as the GOP, Democrats and INDOT spar over the condition of the state's roads and bridges.
The addition of business class service will more than double capacity of the train, offering 184 seats.
INDOT asked a former contractor to either repave a stretch of Indiana highway that’s prematurely deteriorating or reimburse the state more than $5 million.
The signs are in constant communication with the upcoming traffic signal. They determine what speed drivers should drive to avoid having to stop at the light.
A key legislator says a review of whether INDOT contractors have been using substandard asphalt could complicate efforts to increase highway funding.
After multiple crashes, including one that killed a woman on Tuesday, INDOT will install a traffic signal on the I-65 detour route on U.S. 52.
Upset after a fatal accident Tuesday, the Boone County Sheriff took to Facebook urging INDOT to install a stoplight at the intersection of U.S. 52 and S.R. 47.