Fishers Construction Update – Week of January 1, 2024

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The following is a previous weeks Fishers construction update. For the most up-to-date list, check out our Fishers Construction updates page.

ROAD NOTICE UPDATES FOR THE WEEK OF JANUARY 1

  • While this list encompasses numerous closures in Fishers, it does not list all DPW projects throughout the city.
  • All construction activities are weather permitting and could change.
  • Plan for extra travel time in construction zones and drive distraction free.
  • Find more details about the Hands-Free Indiana law here that took effect July 1, 2020.
  • We appreciate motorists’ patience and caution while driving through construction sites.

STATE ROAD 37 IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

To learn more about the State Road 37 Improvement Project and sign up to receive text updates, visit 37Thrives.com

STATE ROAD 37 AND 141ST STREET

A pre-construction phase at SR 37 & 141st Street is currently in place. During this phase, 141st Street will be a Right-In-Right-Out (RIRO) traffic configuration. This is not the permanent configuration. This will allow for traffic to flow more freely along SR 37 until the next phases of construction can be activated. This will eliminate backups along SR 37 that have caused dangerous stops to the free flow traffic and backups on the 146th Street interchange. Again, this is not the permanent configuration for 141st Street. The full timeline for the 141st Street interchange will be provided after project bids are accepted in the Spring of 2024. View detour routes here.

To navigate the merge, remember:

  • Use the accel lane to gain speed, not stop
  • Use your mirrors and pay attention
  • Look for a gap in SR 37 traffic and safely merge

CLEAR PATH IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

To learn more about the Clear Path Improvement Project and sign up to receive text and email updates, visit clearpath465.com

I-465 & I-69

Drivers will see an increase in construction along the I-69 corridor in the coming months. This work will focus on reconfiguring the interchange at I-465 and I-69. New ramps will provide direct movements from eastbound I-465 and northbound I-465 to northbound I-69. Binford Blvd. will also be reconstructed to separate local traffic from traffic entering and exiting I-69 and I-465. Access to I-69 from Binford Blvd. will remain open.

In the coming weeks, drivers on WB I-465 can expect to see traffic being shifted onto new pavement between I-69 and Allisonville Road. Traffic will also be shifted onto new pavement for SB I-69 onto WB and SB I-465.

The ramp from 82nd Street to I-69 North is open.

The ramp from I-69 North to 82nd Street will remain closed through mid-2024. For detour routes and additional project information, visit clearpath465.com

PROJECTS NORTH OF 116TH STREET

146TH STREET & ALLISONVILLE ROAD – HAMILTON COUNTY PROJECT

Phase 2A traffic restrictions are in effect. These restrictions eliminate left turn movements from 146th Street onto Allisonville Road and reopen to two through lanes on eastbound and westbound 146th Street.
Periodic lane closures may be necessary to complete this work. Please watch for flaggers and workers in and around the construction zone. Construction crews are continuing to work on storm sewer installation and roadway grading.

Crews are continuing work on the widening of the westbound bridge over the White River. The contractor has installed cofferdams and delineating buoys in the White River for pier construction. The contractor is continuing work of the bridge foundations and substructure units. Please use caution if canoeing or tubing through the work zone. For additional project information, visit the 146th St. & Allisonville Rd. Project Page here.

PROJECTS SOUTH OF 116TH STREET

106TH STREET & HOOSIER ROAD

A single-lane roundabout at 106th Street and Hoosier Road will replace the current four-legged intersection. The roundabout will have a low profile rolled curb and gutter and will provide pedestrian crossings on all four approaches. The roundabout is open to traffic. Some items will still need to be addressed as the weather allows.

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