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October 2, 2015


Overnight State Road 37 Closures To Begin Monday

Overnight lane closures on State Road 37 between Kinser Pike and Connaught Road will begin on Monday and last until Oct. 9.

August 19, 2015


Bloomington Newcomers, Here’s What’s Up With The Roads

In the second part of our Bloomington Newcomers web series, we're getting new Bloomington residents up to speed on area roads and traffic.

August 15, 2015


INDOT Finds Fix To I-65 Bridge, Will Reopen Mid-September

A 50-mile stretch of I-65 that runs through Lafayette will remain closed until mid-September.

August 12, 2015


Morning Headlines: Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Agricultural experts will outline their predictions Wednesday for what this year's harvest might look like; gas prices in central Indiana are going up again.

June 13, 2015


Indiana’s Economy Growth Among The Slowest In The Nation

According to a recent report from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, Indiana's economic growth last years is among the slowest in the nation.

April 7, 2015


Senate Committee Furthers Common Construction Wage Repeal

An amendment added in committee would require contractors to have training programs and liability insurance, and it bars them from paying employees in cash.

April 7, 2015


Construction On S.R. 37 In Martinsville Will Begin Friday

Weather permitting, pavement repairs along State Road 37 in Martinsville will begin Friday at 7 p.m. and continue through the summer months.

March 24, 2015


What Happens When The Common Construction Wage Disappears?

House Bill 1019 would eliminate Indiana’s prevailing wage, a mandatory hourly rate that must be paid to laborers on publicly financed construction projects.

December 15, 2014


Traffic On State Road 37 To Shift Beginning Wednesday

Traffic on State Road 37 in Bloomington will shift on or after Dec. 17.

July 11, 2014


State Panel Debates How To Fund Transportation Priorities

Indiana's top transportation priorities are expected to cost between $5 billion and $10 billion.

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