BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (Nov. 2, 2018) – Over the weekend crews will begin pulling barrels off of mainline I-69 and uncovering speed limit signs throughout the corridor. Motorists can anticipate interstate speeds beginning on Monday, November 5.
The speed limit will be 55 miles per hour in Bloomington proper between Rockport Road and Kinser Pike, a distance of just under eight miles. The speed limit increases to 70 miles per hour between Kinser Pike and Indian Creek, a distance of more than 13 miles.
The freeway ends just north of the Liberty Church interchange, and northbound motorists should be prepared to reduce speeds as they approach Martinsville.
There will continue to be intermittent lane restrictions on I-69 through November for punch list work items. Those restrictions will be for short distances and clearly marked. Motorists should be prepared to reduce speed to 55 miles per hour in areas where work is being done.
About Next Level Roads
“In Indiana, the Crossroads of America is more than a motto; it’s our mission.”
– Governor Eric Holcomb
Next Level Roads is Governor Eric J. Holcomb’s initiative to elevate Indiana’s economic competitiveness and quality of life for all Hoosiers through investment in transportation infrastructure. This sustainable, data-driven plan dedicates more than $30 billion over the next 20 years to improving the conditions of existing roads and bridges – both state and local, finishing major projects, and building for the future. Next Level Roads is enhancing Indiana’s position as a leader in freight and logistics and empowering cities, towns and counties to build communities that attract jobs and talent. Learn more about Next Level Roads at in.gov/indot.
About the Indiana Department of Transportation
INDOT empowers businesses to deliver Indiana to the world and bring the world to Indiana by providing a transportation network that is second to none. The agency builds and maintains more than 28,000 lane miles of highway and 5,600 bridges, and provides oversight for 117 public aviation facilities and more than 4,000 miles of active rail lines. Indiana ranked as the #1 state in the U.S. for infrastructure in CNBC’s 2016 “Top States for Business” ranking.Learn more about INDOT at in.gov/indot.