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Operation Indy Commute is a new initiative by INDOT to strategically open up recurring commuting bottlenecks in the Indianapolis metropolitan area. The program is modeled after successful, quick-turnaround traffic flow improvements built in other states under the Federal Highway Administration’s Localized Bottleneck Reduction Program.
During construction, traffic will be maintained on the existing I-65 and I-465 ramps until improvements are completed. During peak commuting times, three lanes will be maintained in each direction for both I-65 and I-465. Occasional lane closures may be required at night and other off-peak times.
Widening of I-465 is expected to begin in 2014 and will require reconstruction of the Sherman Drive bridge. Walsh closed the bridge on Dec. 2, 2013. During the closure, Sherman Drive traffic will be detoured to Carson Avenue over I-465. The bridge is expected to reopen by September 2014.
Greenfield District Customer Service
Indiana Department of Transportation
32 South Broadway
Greenfield, IN 46140