U.S. 33 Realignment In Goshen
The realignment of U.S. 33 through Goshen will re-route the highway away from the city’s downtown historic district. The project includes a bridge over the railroad tracks, a bridge over Lincoln and Cottage avenues, and the widening of U.S. 33/Pike Street from State Road 15/Third Street to the Elkhart River.
(Image courtesy of Goshen Engineering)
Construction of the $18.9 million project began in May 2016 with the demolition of several properties acquired by INDOT. The project is expected to be completed in fall 2018.
In 2018, crews for INDOT contractor Rieth-Riley Construction Company will complete the remainder of the new alignment near Main Street and finish construction on the tie-in from the existing U.S. 33 to the newly aligned U.S. 33, just north of the intersection of U.S. 33 and Monroe Street.
Also this spring, crews plan to complete water main work along Lincoln Avenue, while also finalizing work on the retention pond in front of Goshen High School. The tie-in work near Goshen High School will take place in three phases, with multiple traffic shifts. Beginning on or after Monday, April 9, the turn lanes on U.S. 33 at the intersection of Monroe Street will be closed.
Construction cost: $18.9 million
Construction begins: May 2016
Construction completed: Fall 2018
- U.S. 33 Realignment through Goshen Continues Monday, April 9
- Project Update - June 26, 2017
- Project Fact Sheet
- US 33 Groundbreaking Press Release
- INDOT Awards $18.9 Million Contract to Realign U.S. 33 Through City of Goshen
- U.S. 33 Project Map
- U.S. 33 Elkhart River Bridge to Third Street Project Map
- U.S. 33 Environmental Assessment