Set to begin on Monday, March 25th, the Indiana Department of Transportation announces a new, permanent traffic signal coming to the intersection of State Road 39 and County Road

375 N in Lebanon. The addition of the light is part of a LEAP project that will tie C.R. 375 N into S.R. 39. Beginning on or after Monday, March 25, crews will be closing one lane at a time on S.R. 39, to allow for installation of the permanent signal to begin. While the permanent signal is being installed, a temporary signal will maintain one lane of open traffic on S.R. 39

Work is expected to last a couple of months but is weather permitting and subject to change. INDOT encourages all drivers to be patient while driving through the area, and to avoid speeding and distracted driving through this and all work zones.

Other Nearby Construction Updates:

  • County Road 450 N remains closed from State Road 39 West to the intersection of the New Lilly Bypass Road (the road will remain open to local residents)
  • County Road 450 N from the intersection of the New Lilly Bypass Road west to Witt Road (CR 150 W) will close on 4/1 (the road will remain open to local residents)
  • County Road 450 N from Witt Road (CR 150 W) will open as a gravel road on 4/8/2024, until it is closed for asphalt paving in May
  • County Road 375 N at State Road 39, a temporary stop light will be installed on Monday 3/25 to facilitate intersection improvements, including a permanent stop light.
    • The following associated closures will be needed
      • Phase 1 will close CR 375 N East of SR 39 from 3/25-4/15  (no local access will be provided through the closure)
      • Phase 2 will close CR 375 N West of SR 39 from 4/15 -5/6  (no local access will be provided through the closure)

 

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