I-70 patching project between Terre Haute and Brazil begins next Week

CLAY AND VIGO COUNTIES Ind. – The Indiana Department of Transportation announces a patching project continues on I-70 and lane restrictions will begin on or after Monday, October 5 in the eastbound lanes between Terre Haute (Exit 11) and Brazil (Exit 23). There will be one 12’ lane open in the area the contractor will be patching. Rieth-Riley will be working in three mile segments in the eastbound lanes to begin with and then moving to the westbound lanes. The construction is scheduled to last through Wednesday, November 25.

The contract was awarded to Rieth-Riley Construction for $9.5 million. This project will deep patch the interstate in both directions from the 5.2 mile marker to the Indiana/Illinois State line and on I-70 from State Road 59 to State Road 641/State Road 46.  Construction is scheduled to last through the end of November.

INDOT reminds motorists to follow the posted work zone speed limit, use caution and consider worker safety when traveling through a construction zone.

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