DEKALB, ALLEN AND HUNTINGTON COUNTIES, Ind. (ADAMS) – The Indiana Department of Transportation says that a tentative timeline for construction on multiple bridges in Allen, DeKalb and Huntington counties beginning on or after Monday, July 8, weather permitting.
On or after Monday, July 8, contractors will complete bridge repairs on the following structures during daytime hours:
U.S. 24 over Cow Creek, between C.R. E 900 N and 1st Street in Huntington County, near the Town of Roanoke
U.S. 24 over Aboite Creek, between Witling Boulevard and West Hamilton Road in Allen County
S.R. 3 over Willow Creek, just north of Shoaff Road in Allen County
S.R. 3 over Black Creek, between C.R. 70 and C.R. 68 in DeKalb County
Minnich Road over I-469, traffic directed by flagger between Paulding Road (north) and Paulding Road (south) in Allen County
Anthony Extended over I-469, traffic directed by flagger between Dodane and Bostic roads in Allen County
Coverdale Road over I-469, traffic directed by flaggers between Pleasant Center Road and C.R. 14900 S in Allen County
Additionally, work will take place during overnight hours of 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. on the following structures:
I-69 over McCullough Ditch, between mile 301-302 in Allen County
I-69 over Hadley Road, between mile 304-305 in Allen County
I-469 over I-69 north junction, between mile 30-31 in Allen County
S.R. 930 over the St. Joseph River, between North Harry Baals Drive and North Anthony Boulevard in Allen County
Drivers are cautioned to watch for lane closures in the construction zone, as well as a reduced speed limit. INDOT reminds drivers to use caution and consider worker safety when driving through any active work zone.
Work on the projects is scheduled to be completed in late July, weather permitting.