Beware of Construction Zones if Heading to Indy

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 3/27 5:28 pm
Fans traveling to Indianapolis to see their favorite teams compete in the Sweet 16 will have a lot to experience at the game, and during the drive.

Construction work is currently underway to look out for, including...

• Concrete repair from mile markers 103 to 123 along I-64 in Bullitt County

• The I-64 widening project between Shelbyville and Simpsonville (mile markers 28 to 32)

• I-65 corridor repair in Louisville approaching the Ohio River

• Construction between Uniontown (Exit 41) and Seymour (Exit 50)

Basketball fans are encouraged to allow some extra time in their trips as speed limits will be reduced in work areas.
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