A section of Interstate 65 South in Louisville will be closed this weekend for safety improvements and maintenance.
Over the next five years, the state plans to resurface nearly 10,000 lane miles of pavement and repair or replace approximately 1,300 bridges.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is surveying wetlands, streams and other environmental features to further refine the I-69 expansion plan.
Indiana is ranked nearly worst in the nation for most rail crossing fatalities.
An engineering inspection last week discovered the infrastructure supporting the road is structurally unsound and unsafe for traffic.
Environmentalists have fought the 47-mile tollway plan, arguing it would threaten the Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie south of Chicago.
Construction along SR-37 south causes significant delays on normal days, but transportation officials suggest avoiding SR-37 when traveling south for the game.
The bypass will run about 6 miles and link Interstate 70 and U.S. 41 around the city's southeast side.
Construction along SR 37 causes congestion every day, but expect long delays on Saturday as hundreds make their way south for the game.
At least one of the subcontractors, Crider and Crider, stopped work on Section 5 this week.