OAKLAND CITY, Ind. -- The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is announcing that on Wednesday, July 25, traffic patterns will change on State Road 64 (S.R. 64) west of Oakland City.
Sometime after noon, motorists traveling on S.R. 64 will be transitioned to the permanent lanes of S.R. 64 over new Interstate 69. This work is a part of the I-69 Section 1 corridor construction from north of S.R. 168 to north of S.R. 64. The contract was awarded to E.S. Wagner Construction of Oregon, Ohio in March of 2011. I-69 from I-64 in Gibson County to U.S. 231 in Greene County is scheduled to be open to traffic by the end of 2012.
For the latest news and information about I-69, please visit www.i69indyevn.org
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