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Indiana Department of Transportation

U.S. 24 Fort to Port


U.S. 24 is a major east-west transportation corridor that traverses northern Indiana and northwestern Ohio, and provides the most direct access between Fort Wayne, Indiana, and the Port of Toledo, in Toledo, Ohio. The Indiana portion of this project officially opened to traffic on November 14, 2012. The Fort to Port project involved upgrading the old rural two-lane US 24 to a four-lane limited access expressway between New Haven, Indiana, and Defiance, Ohio, a distance of 65 miles. In Indiana, the Fort to Port project involved a $93 million upgrade of a 11-mile stretch of highway between New Haven and the Indiana-Ohio state line. This project , which began construction in 2008, will improve access, safety, and promote economic development across northeastern Indiana and northern Ohio.