On June 22, Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear joined Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, Senator Jim Merritt and the Indiana Dept. of Transportation, along with other local leaders to kick off construction on a $92 million project to modernize I-69 in Hamilton and Madison counties.
The project, as part of the Governor’s Major Moves 2020 program, will widen 15 miles of I-69 from Ind. 37 in Fishers to Ind. 38 in Pendleton. The project also will reconfigure I-69’s Exit 210 at Campus/Southeastern Parkway in Noblesville into a double-crossover diamond.
“Here in the Crossroads of America, we know that roads mean jobs,” Pence said. “Along this section of I-69, we’ve seen tremendous economic development, and it is vital that we modernize this portion of the highway to ensure continued economic growth. My administration has invested nearly $3 billion in roads and bridges across Indiana since I became governor, and I firmly believe that by continuing to invest in infrastructure, we can make Indiana the best place in America to start a business, grow a business and create jobs.”
Following Independence Day, Milestone Contractors will shift traffic to begin widening I-69 and build new ramps at Exit 210.
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