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The Indiana Department of Transportation has concluded a study of transportation needs and potential improvements in the U.S. 231 corridor from I-70 to I-65. This segment of U.S. 231 is an important north-south route in west central Indiana that has been identified as a Statewide Mobility Corridor in INDOT's Long-Range Plan. Statewide mobility corridors are to be developed to link major population areas and ensure high levels of mobility. The objectives of this study were to assess the feasibility of a variety of alternative improvements along this 88 mile corridor that will result in improved safety and capacity of the roadway. Specifically, the study has:
Stephen C. Smith, Manager
INDOT is currently conducting an environmental impact study on the priority segment of U.S. 231 in Greencastle as recommended by the U.S. 231 Corridor Planning Study/Environmental Assessment.
The entire U.S. 231 Corridor Planning Study/Environmental Assessment series of reports, including the Existing Conditions Report, Identification of Purpose and Need and Preliminary Alternatives, Screening of Alternatives and the Final Report are available on a CD-ROM from the INDOT Long-Range Transportation Planning Section. To request a copy of this CD-ROM, please contact:
Final Report: U.S. 231 from I-70 to I-65 Environmental Assessment/Corridor Study (2.24 Mb)
E-mail Comments: Your input is extremely valuable to the U.S. 231 Planning Team. If you would like to send us your comments on the study, then please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.