INDOT shares I-69 Section 6 design updates for Martinsville

By | September 11, 2018

Public meeting and input are part of the environmental re-evaluation process

On September 17th, the Indiana Department of Transportation held a public information meeting to share design additions and adjustments to the Martinsville segment of I-69 Section 6 that have been made since the publication of the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) in February.

The informational meeting was held at the Martinsville High School auditorium and members of the I-69 Section 6 project team were available before and after the presentation.

The details discussed at the meeting can be found here: Martinsville Design Update_20180919_final     Comments about the content of the re-evaluation report will be accepted until Friday, September 28, 2018, and can be submitted using a web form or by emailing I-69 Section 6 directly at section6pm@indot.in.gov.

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