SR 3 Pavement Project Begins After April 1 At Charleston

SR 3 Pavement Project Begins After April 1 At Charleston


The Indiana Department of Transportation will repair and repave 2.74 miles of State Road 3/Market Street between S.R. 62 to a terminus one-half mile north of Fifth Street at Charlestown in Clark County this spring.  INDOT officials met with contractor representatives and city utilities director Mike Perry late last week at Seymour District offices to discuss details of the $1,476,000 pavement preservation project.

E & B Paving of Clarksville, the state’s contractor, will repair the roadway with full-depth concrete patches and partial-depth asphalt patches before milling off the deteriorated surface pavement.  In total, approximately 10 lane miles of S.R. 3 will be resurfaced with new asphalt.  The INDOT project also calls for rebuilding a number of ADA-compliant ramps through Charleston.

Motorists can expect single-lane closures on Market Street at various times during the construction process.  At times, flaggers will direct traffic around specific worksites.

Work is scheduled to begin on or after April 1.  The contract’s completion date is July 31.

S.R. 3’s traffic count is 24,780 vehicles per day.

Stay informed.  Updated information and a map of the closure are available on the Indiana Department of Transportation TrafficWise service at Roadway information is also available by calling 1-800-261-ROAD (7623) or 511 from a mobile phone.  Follow @INDOTSoutheast on Twitter at and on Facebook at

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