InDOT plans to spend $25 million on road projects in Madison County

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The Indiana Department of Transportation (InDOT) plans to spend $25.8 million over the next three years on several road construction projects around Madison County, reports the News and Tribune.

Construction is scheduled to start at the Interstate 69 exit with Indiana 13, the Lapel and Fortville exit. The project’s estimated cost is $5 million with the federal government providing $4 million.

InDOT plans to start construction in 2020 on the repaving of Ind. 32 from University Boulevard in Anderson to the Muncie Bypass. The new pavement will extend through Chesterfield, Daleville and Yorktown. The estimated cost is $10.3 million with the federal government providing $8.3 million.

Work is also expected to start in 2020 to repave Indiana 9 (Scatterfield Rd.) from University Boulevard north to the intersection of Indiana 128. The project has an estimated cost of $6.4 million with 80 percent of the funding ($5 million) provided by the Federal Highway Administration.

New pavement is expected to be constructed on Indiana 236 (53rd St.) from Scatterfield Road to Fifth St. in Middletown in 2021. Cost of the repaving has been estimated at $3.9 million with $3.1 million in federal funds.

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