State officials say construction is expected to start this spring on widening a section of Interstate 65 to six lanes in southern Indiana.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is moving forward with the possibility of tolling four different interstates.
Authorities have shut down both lanes of Interstate 65 in southern Indiana after a fiery crash spilled hazardous chemicals and prompted evacuations.
Public meetings will be held in early 2018. A preliminary design will be completed later in the year.
A section of Interstate 65 South in Louisville will be closed this weekend for safety improvements and maintenance.
The section is between U.S. 50 in Seymour and Indiana 58 near Columbus.
The I-65 project between Greenwood and Franklin has caused delays since April 2015.
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The governor says crews will widen the interstate to three lanes in each direction from Merrillville south to "at least State Road 2 near Lowell."
The bridge closed Aug. 7 after sinking several inches.