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 conference aims to bring together state and business leaders so they can discuss economic opportunities along the Texas-to-Michigan interstate.
Many who live and work close to State Road 37 are concerned about the impact of impending construction.
Drivers should anticipate short-term lane closures and reduced work zone speed limits along S.R. 37.
The Interstate 69 Congressional Caucus brings together leaders from many of the states where I-69 passes through to advocate on behalf of the road.
Some property owners say Interstate 69 construction has damaged their springs and the water is no longer drinkable.
The governor says finding public-private partnerships to finish the road will rank above most other priorities for INDOT.
There are several sizeable cracks in the asphalt just south of the Patoka River Bridge on the Pike/Gibson County Line.