INDOT Closing Parts of I-69 for Pothole Repairs

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INDOT Closing Parts of I-69 for Pothole Repairs

Weather permitting, work will begin Monday night on I-69 between Anderson and Daleville.

ANDERSON, Ind. – Weather permitting, the Indiana Department of Transportation will be filling potholes Monday night on parts of I-69 between Anderson and Daleville (mile markers 217 to 245).

The repair work will be broken into four sections. INDOT will close one lane at a time so workers can safely repair the potholes.

Work will begin Monday night on the southbound lanes of I-69 between mile markers 222 and 227. The left lane will close first for repairs, followed by the right lane.

The work is expected to continue throughout the week, but INDOT crews are not expected to work during peak rush hour times.

Drivers are expected to slow down in the construction zones and maintain the posted speed limit of 45 miles per hour.

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