State begins ‘Major Moves’ on I-69, Exit 210 in Noblesville


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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