LEBANON, Ind. (WISH) — The Indiana Department of Transportation is going to be making access to U.S. 52 outside of Lebanon a little bit easier.
A release made Tuesday introduced INDOT’s 52@65 project, which is a state- and federally-funded project designed to improve the level of service of the Interstate 65 interchange with U.S. 52.
Currently, the interchange only gives partial access for motorists, requiring vehicles to use the State Road 47 and State Road 32 interchanges to reach areas east and west of I-65 near U.S. 52. It also gives less direct access through residential areas and downtown Lebanon.