INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The Indiana Department of Transportation wants to hear from you ahead of the reconstruction of the North Split.
Dozens came out Monday night to a public comment hearing on the project. INDOT representatives answered questions and tried to clear up any confusion.
The $240 million project calls for new pavement, bridges and noise barriers, but there are still some design elements to be worked out.
It would take about two years to complete and could begin before the end of the year.
However, INDOT says it’ll all be worth it in the long run.
“If we can see a reduction in crashes, if we can see a reduction in congestion, that would be really really helpful for us,” said Mallory Duncan, INDOT spokesperson .
If you couldn’t make it to the hearing, you can go to INDOT’S “virtual project office” where you can talk to a representative and get your answers answered online.