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New I-65/I-70 Flyover Bridge Open to Traffic

INDOT has opened the largest structure within the North Split project. The southbound to eastbound flyover bridge is now open to traffic. Earlier this morning, North Split construction crews shifted traffic onto the interchange’s newly re-constructed flyover bridge....

The Heat is On

Now that summer is here and temperatures continue to rise, it is important for the Superior Construction team to inform and protect North Split employees from heat-related illnesses. For the safety of the teams, crews have implemented precautionary measures and...

North Split Crews Put Safety First

  Bright and early on any given Monday, Wednesday or Friday morning, Jake America and Kyle Kester are hard at work preparing the safety training for new hires on the North Split Reconstruction Project. As one of three Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) managers on...

City Market

Indianapolis City Market set to bloom with slowing construction Since 1886, Indianapolis City Market has illustrated a storied history of retail center cultivation in the heart of downtown. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the space is now filled...

AES 500 Festival Parade Returns Downtown

After a two-year hiatus, the AES 500 Festival Parade returns to downtown Indianapolis tomorrow. In preparation, two I-65 ramps will be temporarily closed. I-65 northbound to Meridian/Pennsylvania streets will close at 6:30 a.m. Saturday. The ramp from...

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Michigan Street To Close Tomorrow

Nightly lane closures also planned for Commerce Avenue as North Split work continues    Starting tomorrow, February 14, Michigan Street will close under I-65 between Davidson Street and Pine Street for pile driving and overhead bridge work. Michigan Street will...

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New York Street to Close Tomorrow

Overhead beam erection to impact traffic Starting early morning Wednesday, February 9, New York Street will close under I-65 between Davidson Street and Pine Street for overhead beam erection and will be completed on or after February 19, weather permitting. All...

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Vermont Street to Close Starting Tomorrow

Traffic shifts on I-70 eastbound to also begin as work on the North Split continues  Starting tomorrow through February 5, weather permitting, Vermont Street will close under I-65 between Davidson Street and Pine Street to allow for pile driving operations for the new...

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Delaware/11th Street On Ramp Now Closed

Learn about other upcoming closures and re-openings set for January   Tuesday, the ramp from Delaware /11th Street to I-70 eastbound will close to traffic and reopen on or after March 11, weather permitting. This closure will be in effect for approximately 60...

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100,000 Expected Downtown This Weekend

This Monday, Indianapolis will host the national college football championship game, and more than 100,000 people are expected downtown this weekend to enjoy the festivities. While there have not been any changes to the ramps that access downtown in the past few...

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Market Street Closing Today

INDOT further reminds motorists of other upcoming closures and re-openings set for January   Earlier today, Market Street closed to vehicular and pedestrian traffic under I-65 between Davidson Street and Pine Street for structure excavation and shoring tower...

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Update: New York Street To Open Monday

Crews finalize overhead structure demolition on New York Street between East and Pine Streets     New York Street under I-65 between East Street and Pine Street is scheduled to reopen Monday evening following overhead structure demolition. Lewis Street remains...

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New York Street To Close Tomorrow

Overhead structure demolition to impact traffic On or after Monday, December 20, New York Street will close under I-65 between East Street and Pine Street. All eastbound traffic will be redirected to Ohio Street throughout the duration of this closure. All pedestrian...

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