The Indiana Department of Transportation will restrict travel lanes on Interstate 65 beginning tonight (NOV 26), weather permitting, for scheduled maintenance operations at Lincoln and Kennedy bridge toll plazas located just north of the Ohio River.
TONIGHT & TOMORROW NIGHT—Three southbound lanes and shoulder area of I-65 will close between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. at mile marker 0.2. Traffic will narrow near the Court Avenue entrance ramp to two 11-foot-wide southbound I-65 lanes which will remain open.
A total of twelve overnight lane closures will occur at six tolling locations on the Indiana and Kentucky sides of the Ohio River over the next two weeks. These restrictions are needed to facilitate annual preventative maintenance operations by Kapsch TrafficCom North America. Activities will include inspection and adjustment of overhead equipment at the toll plazas.
(Wednesday night, a single lane shift is scheduled to occur on northbound I-265 at mile maker 38.0 in Kentucky. The next night, Kapsch is calling for a single lane restriction on southbound I-265 at mile marker 38.0 in Kentucky.)
FRIDAY NIGHT—Four northbound lanes and shoulder area of I-65 will close at mile marker 0.2 on the Indiana side of the river.
NEXT MONDAY (DEC 3)—Two northbound lanes and shoulder area of I-65 will close at mile maker 0.2 during overnight hours.
NEXT TUESDAY (DEC 4)—A single ramp lane from northbound I-65 to Court Avenue/Exit 0 is scheduled to close.
NEXT WEDNESDAY (DEC 5)—One lane and shoulder of southbound I-65 will close at mile marker 2.3; one lane and shoulder of southbound I-65 will close at mile marker 0.8. (On the Kentucky side, one lane and should of northbound I-65 is scheduled to close at mile maker 135.0.).