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Indiana Department of Transportation’s contractor for repairing and repaving Interstate 65 between Scottsburg and Henryville will make partial-depth asphalt patches next week between mile markers 21.0 and 29.0 as part of a $12.4 million pavement preservation project.

  • Overnight Sunday (APRIL 10) beginning at 9 p.m.—southbound I-65 right lane closure between mile markers 22.5 and 21.5
  • Overnight Monday (APRIL 11) beginning at 9 p.m.—northbound I-65 left lane closure between mile markers 22.0 and 27.0
  • Overnight Tuesday (APRIL 12) beginning at 9 p.m.—northbound I-65 left lane closure between mile markers 27.0 and 29.0 and southbound left lane closure between mile markers 29.0 and 27.0
  • Overnight Wednesday (APRIL 13) beginning at 9 p.m.—southbound I-65 left lane closure between mile markers 27.0 and 22.0
  • Overnight Thursday (APRIL 14) beginning at 9 p.m.—southbound left lane closure between mile markers 24.0 and 21.0

All restrictions will be lifted by 6 a.m. the next mornings.

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E & B Paving of Clarksville is the state’s contractor for this pavement project located between a north terminus at 0.43 miles north of S.R. 56 to a south terminus 0.5 miles north of S.R. 160 in Scott and Clark Counties.

A median crossover at the 22.0 mile marker is impacting traffic when the Brownstown Road twin bridges are being replaced.  Motorists traveling Brownstown Road are being detoured west of I-65 along County Line Road and Salem Road, and east of I-65 on County Line Road to U.S. Highway 31.