The MPO will hold a meeting April 1 at Bloomington’s City Hall to gather more input from residents.
Stoops has been a vocal opponent of I-69, and voted against the highway earlier this year as a member of the Bloomington MPO.
Commissioner Stoops says that Monroe County Public Works Director Bill Williams' vote violated a conflict of interest law.
One option allows travel nearer to highway speed, but it'll cost significantly more.
INDOT says Section four is on schedule, and the remaining contracts will go out for bid in July.
The subcommittee hoped to sit down with INDOT and FHWA to hammer out a deal that would allow the MPO to approve I-69.
Residents packed the council chambers in city hall for a meeting that lasted several hours. By the end, the MPO members voted again to postpone their vote.
The public is encouraged to come and speak at the meeting to help influence the discussion.
The Bloomington-Monroe County planning organization will again vote in a couple of weeks on whether to include I-69 in its Transportation Improvement Plan.
A Monroe County group and the state of Indiana could be nearing a showdown concerning the Interstate 69 extension to Evansville.