RUSHVILLE, Ind. (AP) — The Indiana Department of Transportation has reopened a southeastern Indiana highway after a four-month closure.
INDOT says a 3-mile section U.S. Route 52 southeast of Rushville reopened to traffic Tuesday.
The final part of the project was a culvert replacement on a tributary feeding the Little Flat Rock River. Earlier, two 55-foot bridges were replaced.
Rushville is about 40 miles southeast of Indianapolis.
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