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TRAFFIC UPDATE

TRAFFIC UPDATE

Post Date:06/15/2018 11:00 AM

 

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City of Carmel
www.carmel.in.gov
One Civic Square, Carmel, IN 46032

 

News Release

Date:              June 12, 2018
Contact:       Nancy Heck (317) 571-2474
Release:       Immediate

 

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TRAFFIC UPDATE

Changes to traffic flow on Keystone, 96th, Veterans Way

CARMEL, IN –

As local construction continues, the City of Carmel is providing updates on Keystone, 96th Corridor and Veteran’s Way so residents can determine the most efficient detour routes to take if needed. While the City provides updates, please keep in mind there are many variables that affect the exact start and finish dates. We will continue to provide information for you as construction progresses. The updates are listed below by project.

 

 

 

96TH STREET CORRIDOR

               Weather permitting, the Priority Way traffic changeover will take place on Wednesday, June 13. Traffic will remain open to east-west connectivity on 96th street, but will be moved to the new half of the roundabout at Priority Way in the southern lanes. This changeover will lead to a three sided structure that will be installed in the northern lanes just east of the intersection at 96th and Keystone Parkway.

 

 

 

VETERAN’S WAY AT CITY HALL

               Beginning this week, Veteran’s Way between Civic Square and the City Hall parking lot will be closed. This closure is to make repairs to the Duke Energy Transmission Duct Bank that was installed in December. This project is estimated to take about three weeks and the road will be restored in time for CarmelFest. The City Hall south parking lot will still be accessible from Range Line Road and the “hill parking” drive. (See Veteran’s Way closure map below).

 

 

 

KEYSTONE PARKWAY

               Lane restrictions and concrete barricade usage will be continued in order to allow for work on the shoulders. In a new change, there will be no access 98th Street for the duration of this phase of work, but reinstated connectivity will resume in final phases of the project. (See detour route below).

 

 

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Read more about the projects on CarmelLink 2.0

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