The Road to Stability

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Expect to navigate orange cones and heavy construction equipment when the state does about $56 million worth of street projects in Johnson County over a four-year period.

Various projects are aimed at making busy commuter roads smoother, intersections safer and bridges sturdier across the county. Kids will get more ways to walk to Center Grove schools, and drivers could have an easier time turning at two White River Township intersections.

Interstate 65 is supposed to get repaved between Greenwood and Whiteland. Workers will repave an even longer stretch of U.S. 31, between Greenwood and Westview Drive in Franklin.


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