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  • Contrast Markings to Give Interstate Segments a New Look

    Black markings on concrete are part of the updated INDOT Indiana Design Manual.

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  • INDOT Distributes Bike Helmets to Children Across the State

    INDOT is passing out thousands of bike helmets at elementary schools across the state to help ensure the safety of young cyclists.

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  • Employees Train to Identify Wetland Boundaries

    Armed with shovels, soil augers, and measuring devices, INDOT staffers explore wooded areas to identify the boundaries of adjacent wetlands – part of their job in protecting Indiana’s environment.

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  • New Heavy Haul Road Can Take the Weight

    INDOT shows that it is in it for the long haul by committing to projects years ahead of time. INDOT also is in it for the heavy haul, illustrated by the opening of a Heavy Haul Transportation Corridor in Clark County.

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  • INDOT Is a Driving Force in New CDL Training Program

    New commercial driver’s license operators at departments of transportation from across the United States have begun participating in a standardized national training program, and they have INDOT to thank.

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  • District’s New Exhibit Honors Those with Military Service

    An INDOT district is honoring district employees who are veterans or current service members with a Military Wall of Honor.

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  • Lightweight Material Provides Construction Alternative

    INDOT recently used geofoam — a lightweight, geosynthetic fill material — on an interstate project. INDOT pioneered the use of geofoam in 1995 to international fanfare but has used it only in certain situations since.

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  • INDOT Worker Saves Trapped Woman

    INDOT Seymour District highway technician Todd Fisher saved a woman who was trapped in a sinking car in Lake Lemon near Bloomington.

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