The bridge collapsed in December when a truck driver ignored weight limit signs and drove over the structure.
Roadwork this year is estimated to cost $850 million.
Some residents were faced with the reality that they may be forced to move.
Attendees will be able to ask questions about the stretch of I-69 extending from Martinsville to Indianapolis.
Construction is pushed back to next week, pending weather.
INDOT has recommended a single route for the final leg of I-69, section six from Martinsville to Indianapolis.
Indy's Family Restaurant is one of 96 that could have to move because of I-69 section six.
The route is expected to result in the relocation of 279 homes and nearly 100 businesses. INDOT predicts it will boost wages by $1.7 million.
INDOT will announce the remaining routes for I-69 later today in Martinsville.
About $430 million from local tax reserves will be distributed to counties May 1.