Driving down the stretch of Highway 41 in between Diamond Avenue and Lynch Road has actually not been the most enjoyable experience for the previous number of years. It all began in January 2020 when a truck struck the Pigeon Creek bridge triggering adequate structural damage that authorities with the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) identified it was no longer safe for motorists to take a trip over and would require to be restored. That was followed by a choice to totally restore both the northbound ramp from Diamond Avenue and the southbound ramp leading from Highway 41 South back toDiamond Just as those jobs are near their conclusion and it appears like traffic might have the ability to begin moving more efficiently through the location, INDOT announces they’ll be restoring lane constraints on a part of Highway 41 for another task.
Lane Restrictions Planned at Highway 41 and Lynch Road Beginning November 30th
Earlier today, the Department revealed constraints will be put in location on the southbound lanes of Highway 41 “on or around Wednesday, November 30th” to permit teams a safe area to make repair work to the railway crossing near the crossway.
The closure will include the ideal lane of traffic which indicates motorists wanting to continue south on the highway will need to combine into the left lane for a brief range. INDOT did not define in their statement how far ahead of time the constraint will start, nor how far past the building it will end.
The Good News
There is some excellent news with the constraints. If things go according to strategy, and Mother Nature does not action in with rain or some other kind of severe weather condition that will avoid teams from doing the repair work, the Department states it must be finished with the operate in 2 days.
City of Evansville Partners with WAZE App for Road Closures
The City of Evansville has actually partnered with the WAZE Connected Citizens program to assist keep the general public knowledgeable about roadway closures and traffic threats.
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