The city of Bloomington is addressing potential traffic issues that could come up when summer construction projects begin.
Authorities have shut down both lanes of Interstate 65 in southern Indiana after a fiery crash spilled hazardous chemicals and prompted evacuations.
The Idle will be the first project of its kind on federal highway land.
Nearly 1 in 10 Hoosiers have suspended licenses, not because of safety violations, but because of an inability to pay fines.
Some major streets were blocked off and turned into one ways, with police directing traffic.
Traffic getting into and moving around Bloomington will be congested starting as soon as Sunday, although most students will head to town on Wednesday.
Purdue is providing students and their families with maps specific to each residence hall to help them navigate construction.
Train upgrades are expected to boost train traffic in Columbus, but city officials originally anticipated waiting an additional year for it.
The Indiana Department of Transportation says around 44.2 million Americans are expected to travel for Independence Day.
Area residents gave feedback to INDOT ahead of construction on a leg of I-65 between Columbus and Seymour.