A new Habitat for Humanity home makes a careful trip across Indianapolis' north side.
A new Habitat for Humanity home made a careful trip across Indianapolis' north side Tuesday.
The home was built at the fairgrounds during the 2012 Indiana State Fair in partnership with a local autism organization.
The convoy slowly crossed 38th Street on Tuesday morning with a police escort and utility crews moving power lines and traffic signals along the way.
The home traveled 2.3 miles in about 90 minutes to an empty lot at 3302 N. Kenwood Ave.
At one point, in the 3700 block of Capitol Avenue, the crews had only two inches of clearance on either side.
It will take 30 days to connect and settle the move-in ready home.
Two men with autism will take up residence at the home.