Pavement settlement causes right lanes of I-70 to close in both directions in Hendricks County
HENDRICKS COUNTY, Ind. – The right lanes of both eastbound and westbound I-70 are closed in Hendricks County, which is causing backups.
The Indiana Department of Transportation says the closure, between the 66 and 68 mile marker, is due to pavement settlement in a work zone.
INDOT is working with a contractor to mobilize repairs.
The project on I-70 includes full depth concrete patching from S.R. 39 to S.R. 267 and resurfacing the interstate from S.R. 267 to the Ronald Reagan Parkway (Exit 68). The project is scheduled to be completed September 30 of this year.