INDIANAPOLIS -- Portions of Interstate 65 in Indianapolis will be closed for about a month starting in July while crews work to rehabilitate seven bridges.
The Indiana Department of Transportation says the closures are anticipated to last from July 1 to August 5 and will include the southbound lanes of I-65 between the I-65/I-465 interchange on the northwest side of Indianapolis.
During the closure, traffic on southbound I-65 on the northwest side will be detoured via I-465 south or I-865 east.
The project will also close both directions of I-65 between Meridian Street (exit 113) and 21st Street (exit 115) in downtown Indianapolis.
The entrance and exit ramps at the Dr. Martin Luther King Street / West Street interchange (exit 114) will also be closed but the entrance ramp from 21st Street to northbound I-65 will remain open.
You can stay updated on this project by visiting the I-65 Bridge Rehabilitation Project webpage at Indy.gov.
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