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Public Works OKs $9.2M for reconstruction on 280 deteriorated street segments

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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The Indianapolis Board of Public Works voted to approve a $9.2 million residential street reconstruction project for the Circle City Forward initiative, phase 2. The project is expected to start next month.

The residential reconstruction project includes 43 street segments. These generally cover neighborhoods in the northwest quadrant of the city.

Work in this contract will include:

  • 97 new Americans with Disabilities Act ramps.
  • 5,600 linear feet of new curb.
  • 2,983 linear feet of new sidewalk.
  • 14.7 lane miles of rehabilitated asphalt roadway.

Circle City Forward Phase 2 is Mayor Joe Hogsett’s targeted investment of $25 million in the reconstruction of residential streets across Marion County.

The funds will allow Public Works to fix 280 segments along deteriorated streets from across all City-County Council districts. The 280 segments represent nearly 90 lane miles. 

More information can be found on the Public Works website.