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Operation Indy Commute is a new initiative by INDOT to strategically open up recurring commuting bottlenecks in the Indianapolis metropolitan area. The program is modeled after successful, quick-turnaround traffic flow improvements built in other states under the Federal Highway Administration’s Localized Bottleneck Reduction Program.
INDOT will host a public hearing on Monday, October 1, 2012 at the South Grove Intermediate School to seek comment on preliminary design plans.
During construction, traffic will be maintained on the existing I-65 and I-465 ramps until improvements are completed. During peak commuting times, three lanes will be maintained in each direction for both I-65 and I-465. Occasional lane closures may be required at night and other off-peak times. Sherman Drive will be detoured while the bridge is replaced.
The state anticipates needing to purchase 6.2 acres of mostly undeveloped land bordering the I-65 and I-465 interchange to build the improvements. No homes are expected to be removed.
Greenfield District Customer Service
Indiana Department of Transportation
32 South Broadway
Greenfield, IN 46140