From the Indiana Department of Transportation:
GREENE COUNTY, Ind. – The Indiana Department of Transportation announces lane restrictions for State Road 54 in Linton for a pavement patching project.
Beginning on or Around Monday, May 18, contractors will close one lane of S.R. 54 for pavement patching operations. Workers will remove and repair areas of failing or weakened pavement. The road will be restricted from S.R. 59 to 12th Street in intermittent locations as a part of this operation.
Work is expected to be performed during daytime hours from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. and traffic will be controlled by flaggers. Dependent upon weather conditions, the project is expected to last until the beginning of June. Delays should be expected as a part of this operation.
INDOT urges drivers to slow down and stay alert near crews.
Motorists in Southwest Indiana can monitor road closures, road conditions, and traffic alerts any time via:
CARS 511: indot.carsprogram.org
Mobile App: iTunes App Store and the Google Play store for Android
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