Revive I-70 includes planned improvements for I-70 in Wayne County from west of Cambridge City to the Indiana/Ohio state line. The Indiana Department of Transportation project is expected to reduce congestion, improve traffic flow and improve safety along the 20+ mile corridor.
Because of the size of the corridor and scope of improvements, the project will be divided into three contracts for project delivery. Contract 1 will include the eastern portion of the project area and extend from west of US 35 to the Ohio state line. The corridor is about eight miles long. The contract is expected to let in early 2024 with construction expected to begin by late 2024.
Contract 2 will include the western portion of the project area and extend from west of SR 1 to west of Centerville. The corridor is nearly nine miles long. Contract 2 is expected to let in fall 2024.
Contract 3 will extend from west of Centerville to US 35. The corridor is nearly four miles long. Contract 3 is expected to let in 2026 or 2027.
Improvements for Contract 1 are expected to include added travel lanes, interchange modifications, and pavement replacement. Specific improvements are being identified for Contracts 2 and 3.
What's Included in the Project?
What to Expect
Public involvement is an important part of project development and includes a project website, social media channels, e-mail and text alerts, stakeholder meetings, public meetings and a public hearing followed by a public comment period.
Questions about Revive I-70 can be directed to INDOT4U at 855-INDOT4U (855-463-6848 or INDOT4U.com. Reference “Revive I-70” when contacting INDOT4U.