Revive I-70 is an Indiana Department of Transportation project to improve I-70 in Wayne County from Cambridge City to the Indiana/Ohio state line. The 20+ mile corridor stretches from west of the I-70/State Road 1 interchange to the I-70/US 40 interchange.
Revive I-70 will reduce congestion, improve traffic flow and improve safety along the I-70 corridor. The project could include added travel lanes, interchange improvements, bridge improvements, pavement replacement and the replacement of drainage structures. Specific improvements are currently being identified.
The project is in the environmental analysis and preliminary design stage, with the Project Team gathering information, developing solutions and designing construction plans. Activities include traffic analysis, maintenance of traffic plans, road design and survey work.
The Project Team is evaluating possible new travel lanes and bridge improvements are being identified. Other improvements are expected to include rehabilitating and replacing culverts along the corridor and improving the stormwater drainage system. Lighting, signage, guardrails and barriers will also be updated.
The public and stakeholders will be informed throughout the process with a chance to share their questions and feedback. Touchpoints include a project website, social media channels, project e-mails and text alerts, stakeholder meetings, public meetings and a public hearing that will be followed by a public comment period.
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