Fishers Construction Updates: What’s new August 5

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Here’s what you need to know for Fishers construction updates this week.

96th Street & Allisonville Road | Beginning Monday, August 7 through Thursday, August 10, there will be overnight lane restrictions in place to allow for a water main installation for the residential development.

Fall Creek Road | From Monday, August 7 through Friday, August 11, rolling closures will be happening on the Fall Creek Trail between 96th Street and Carroll Road for slurry sealing.

Florida Road | The road is now anticipated to reopen by Monday, August 21 after the realignment of the S-curve.

2023 Resurfacing Project | Work will begin on Monday, August 7, to update and improve the ADA ramps at the Parks (Harvard, Oxford and Princeton Park).

Go Deeper

Here is the full report from the city.

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 2024. View detour routes here

View how to merge safely onto Northbound SR 37 from 141st Street here and onto Southbound SR 37 from 141st Street 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.

The ramp from I-69 North to 82nd Street and the ramp from 82nd Street to I-69 North is currently closed through late 2023. For detour routes and additional project information, visit clearpath465.com 

NICKEL PLATE TRAIL

To learn more about the Nickel Plate Trail, view the Capital Project Dashboard here.

NICKEL PLATE TRAIL

The City of Fishers is working on the completion of the Fishers portion of the Nickel Plate Trail between Hague Road and 106th Street. The installation of pedestrian rail is currently taking place and pedestrian flashers are not operative at this time.

PROJECTS NORTH OF 116TH STREET

CUMBERLAND ROAD

There are daily lane closures currently on Cumberland Road, just south of 126th Street for sanitary and water line work. The northbound right turn lane and the southbound passing blister will be closed.

146TH STREET & ALLISONVILLE ROAD – HAMILTON COUNTY PROJECT 

Phase 2A traffic restrictions are currently 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. 

Please be advised, beginning on or after Tuesday, July 25 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., 146th Street between Herriman Blvd. and Allisonville Road within the existing construction limits, will be under a lane restriction for the installation of a barrier wall and centerline delineator repairs.  

Please use extreme caution while driving through this construction zone. Flaggers will be present when lane or shoulder restrictions are necessary. 

For additional project information, visit the 146th St. & Allisonville Rd. Project Page here.

PROJECTS SOUTH OF 116TH STREET

96TH STREET & ALLISONVILLE ROAD

Beginning on Monday, August 7 through Thursday, August 10, overnight lane restrictions will be in place on Allisonville Road between 8:30 p.m. and 6 a.m. to allow for a water main installation for the residential development coming to the northwest corner of 96th Street and Allisonville Road. 

106TH STREET & ALLISONVILLE ROAD

There is a sanitary sewer project currently taking place at Metro Airport at 106th Street & Allisonville Road. There are times where lane restrictions may be in place on Allisonville Road. Please use caution in this area.

106TH STREET & HOOSIER ROAD

Prep work prior to the roundabout construction is currently taking place. Work will include tree clearing, utility relocation and storm sewer installation. For additional project information, view the Capital Project Dashboard here

FALL CREEK ROAD

Beginning on Monday, August 7 through Friday, August 11, there will be rolling closures on the Fall Creek Trail between 96th Street and Carroll Road for slurry sealing. Most of the closures will be between 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., but some sections will remain closed overnight while material cures.  

FLORIDA ROAD

Florida Road is currently closed to realign the S-curve and is anticipated to reopen by Monday, August 21. Local traffic only between 113th Street and Southeastern Pky. View detour route here

GEIST GREENWAY

Geist Greenway is now open between Valley Crossing to 126th Street! Work will resume on the trail south of Valley Crossing Drive on/or after September 1 and remains closed until construction is finished. Construction continues to take place on Florida Road and between Bowline Drive and 104th Street. For general project information, please visit https://playfishers.com/299/Geist-Greenway

2023 RESURFACING PROJECT

ADA ramp and curb reconstruction is currently taking place in the Bristols as part of the 2023 Resurfacing Project. After ADA ramp and curb reconstruction is completed, those areas will be restored with topsoil and seed. It is the responsibility of the homeowner to water the seed for the seed to germinate. Prior to road resurfacing, residents will be notified via street signage for street parking restrictions. For additional project information and to view detailed exhibits, view the Capital Project Dashboard here

On Monday, August 7, work will begin to update and improve the ADA ramps at the Parks (Harvard, Oxford and Princeton Park). On Monday, saw-cutting curb and sidewalk to prepare for the demolition of the existing ramps will be taking place. On Tuesday and Wednesday, the removal of existing ramps and pouring concrete. This work will take place over the next three weeks in this neighborhood. After this work is completed, Rieth-Riley will then begin their milling and paving operations.

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