NewsLocal News / December 29, 2015

$50 Million Upgrade Coming to I-465, I-69 Interchange

Overview of proposed changes to I-465 and I-69 interchange - Indiana Department of Transportation

Overview of proposed changes to I-465 and I-69 interchange

Indiana Department of Transportation

One of the busiest interchanges in Indianapolis is scheduled to get a $50 million overhaul, Gov. Mike Pence announced Tuesday.

Citing significant growth in Fishers, Noblesville and northeast Indianapolis, Pence said the state would build a new interchange at I-465 and I-69. 

The project will involve building a high-speed, two-lane ramp over Binford Boulevard for traffic exiting I-465 from the east onto I-69 northbound. It also calls for widening I-465 to four lanes in each direction between the White River bridge and I-69. Two ramp lanes will also run between the I-69, Allisonville Road and Keystone Avenue interchanges for traffic entering and leaving I-465.

INDOT is seeking design proposals for the project, which is expected to begin construction in 2020, according to a statement released Tuesday. 

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