Thin Deck Overlay and Bridge Approach Slab Repair on I-465 NB on the West Side of Marion County
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Indiana Department of Transportation contractor Milestone Contractors announces lane restriction on I-465 on the west side of Marion County.

Beginning on or after Wednesday, October 11, at 9 p.m. crews will restrict I-465 northbound over Big Eagle Creek and U.S. 136 to three lanes of traffic. Crews will close the 10th Street entrance ramp to I-465 northbound. These restrictions will allow crews to complete a thin deck overlay and bridge approach slab repair. This work is expected to be complete by Monday, October 16, at 6 a.m., weather permitting.

INDOT reminds drivers to consider worker safety by slowing down, using caution and avoiding distractions when traveling in and near work zones. All work is weather-dependent and schedules are subject to change.

Thin Deck
Overlay and Bridge Approach Slab Repair
on I-465 NB on the West Side of Marion
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Dear All,

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This year many of our fire departments are stressing Cooking Safety.  I have attached some information I recently got about this subject at a meeting I attended.  I hope you will review this information and pass it on to others.  Remember – now is a good time to check your smoke alarms as well.


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