The Indiana Department of Transportation is continuing to take public feedback on the preferred route for its Clear Path 465 project. The work calls for additional travel lanes, reconstruction and modification to parts of I-465 and I-69 on the northeast side of Indianapolis, which is one of the busiest corridors in the state.
INDOT says three potential design alternatives are being considered and it is taking input from business, residential and commuter stakeholders through its Clear Path 465 website. A preferred alternative is expected to be chosen in the fall, with environmental analysis to take place for about a year and a half. INDOT says a Draft Environmental Assessment and more public hearings are scheduled for Spring of 2019 and a final Environmental Assessment could come in the Summer of 2019. Construction could begin Spring 2020.