14 Day Closure of 116th Street Loop Ramp To Northbound I-69 and SR 37 Scheduled for October 15
Date of Record: October 11, 2012
FISHERS, Ind. - Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) contractors have scheduled the expected 14-day closure of the 116th Street loop ramp to northbound I-69 and State Road 37.
Milestone Contractors, the state's contractor for the $18 million interchange improvement project, plans to close the looping northbound entrance ramp from 116th Street for up to 14 days beginning Monday, October 15 at 12:01 a.m.
Motorists will not be restricted from exiting northbound I-69 to 116th Street or State Road 37. The official signed detour for the ramp closure will follow I-69 south to the 96th Street interchange (Exit 203) and return to I-69 northbound. Sometime after the ramp reopens, access from 116th Street to northbound I-69 is expected to be restricted for up to 60 additional days.
Construction on the northbound side of the interchange started this spring. I-69 is currently restricted to two lanes north of Exit 205 as a new two-lane flyover ramp to State Road 37 is constructed. Milestone is expected to complete the northbound improvements this year and finish southbound work by the end of 2013.
For details about the Operation Indy Commute - I-69 project and for information on how to sign up for the project enewsletter, visit indycommute.indot.in.gov.