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[INDOT - East Central] Crews Replacing Reflective Markers on I-69
Start Date: 6/23/2014Start Time: 12:00 AM
End Date: 6/23/2014
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Crews Replacing Reflective Markers on I-69

CENTRAL INDIANA – Contractors for the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) plan lane restrictions on Interstate 69 next week to replace snowplowable reflective pavement markers between State Road 37 (Exit 205) and State Road 9 (Exit 222).

Crews plan to replace the snowplowable reflective pavement markers starting Monday, June 23 at 8 p.m. While crews are working, the left lane of both northbound and southbound I-69 will be restricted. Work is dependent on favorable weather and is expected to be complete by Tuesday, June 24 at 6 a.m.

Crews plan to work through the end of the week (8 p.m. to 6 a.m.) replacing markers between State Road 32 (Exit 234) and State Road 26 (Exit 255). While crews are working, the left lane of both northbound and southbound I-69 will be restricted.

The pavement markers are a safety device used on roads to enhance visibility and delineation by reflecting an automobile’s headlights. Markers are embedded into the pavement and have a smooth housing that minimizes contact with snow plow blades. The color of the reflectors typically matches the yellow and white painted stripes on the roadway. Blue reflectors are also commonly used to identify locations of fire hydrants.

Motorists are urged to practice safe driving habits, especially in and around work zones. Follow speed limits, maintain safe distances from other vehicles and avoid all distractions—especially cell phones. The Indiana Work Zone Safety Law sets steep penalties for driving infractions within highway work zones. INDOT partners with the Indiana State Police to provide increased patrols and promote public safety in work zones. For more information on work zone safety, go to workzonesafety.in.gov.

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