The Indiana Department of Transportation has announced traffic pattern shifts on State Road 9 between Broadway Street in Shelby County and the Shelby/Bartholomew county line for continued pavement work.
Beginning Friday night, traffic will switch from two-way traffic to only southbound traffic for 15 days. Traffic is anticipated to resume two-way traffic flow on July 14th. INDOT says that local access will be maintained during this traffic shift.
A traffic shift is also underway between Hasecuster Lane in Shelby County and the Shelby/Bartholomew County line. INDOT says that traffic has switched from only southbound traffic to two-way traffic for 25 days. Traffic is expected to return to southbound only traffic on July 23rd between County Road 750 South and the Shelby/Bartholomew County line. Local access will be maintained during this traffic shift.
This work is part of a $10.3 million contract to replace or resurface pavement on more than 12 miles of State Road 9 in Shelby County. The work also includes the replacement of storm sewer, concrete curb and gutter, and sidewalks.