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The Indiana Department of Transportation plans to take advantage of the ongoing traffic slowdown due to COVID-19 to close Interstate 70 in both directions on the west side of Indianapolis, between the south-split interchange and Ronald Reagan Parkway for about 30 days each starting later this month.
Road crews will patch concrete and work on bridge joints and bridge decks. All collector lanes to and from the Indianapolis International Airport will remain open. Closures on the west side projects will remain in effect during both the Memorial Day and July 4 holiday weekends.
Meanwhile, on the east side
Because of the COVID-19-related traffic reductions, INDOT has similar closures going on right now on I-70 between I-465 and the north-split interchange on the east side of Indianapolis.
INDOT says traffic is down about 40% on average across the area, compared to the week before the stay-at-home order went in effect. Accelerated construction will allow work to be done before major area events resume and traffic returns to normal levels.
Stay informed and monitor north split progress, road closures, road conditions and traffic alerts any time using these links: