As with all construction projects, the following forecast is subject to change. For more project details and a live construction map, visit https://www.indygored.com/Construction.
Resurfacing of Virginia Avenue was scheduled to begin on or after May 22 and last about three weeks. There will be intermittent lane closures and flaggers around paving crews. On-street parking will be restricted in work zones. One travel lane will remain open with flaggers assisting drivers, and the Indianapolis Cultural Trail will remain open.
One lane will be temporarily restricted near each of the Virginia Avenue stations this week for concrete work on the platforms. Flaggers will be used to direct traffic through the remaining open lane and around the work zones. This will take place:
– At the Woodlawn Avenue stations on May 29
– At the Merrill Street stations on May 30
– At the New Jersey stations on May 31
There will continue to be short-term lane restrictions at the College Avenue station locations this week to allow for station structures to be installed. Flaggers will direct traffic through around the work areas.
– 46th Street – one lane closure May 29 for up to 40 minutes
– 52nd Street – one lane closure May 31 for up to 40 minutes
Pavement patching will begin on College Ave on or after May 29. Drivers should expect temporary lane restrictions and parking restrictions at localized work areas as pavement sections are repaired.
During the week of June 3, one-block segments of College Avenue will be closed adjacent to each station location to allow bus pads to be constructed. These closures will start at the 42nd Street station on or after June 3 and will continue north. One station area will be under construction each day. Closures will begin at approximately 7am and end by 8pm the same day. A tentative schedule is below:
– 42nd Street station on June 3
– 46th Street station on June 4
– 52nd Street station on June 5
– 54th Street station on June 6
– Kessler station on or after June 7
– Broad Ripple station on or after June 8
Pavement patching is on-going at locations along Meridian Street through approximately June 1. Drivers should expect temporary lane restrictions and parking restrictions at localized work areas as pavement sections are repaired.
Night work will continue this week for bus pad construction. Work will continue at the 22nd Street intersection and proceed North to 38th Street. Each station area and adjacent intersection will be closed for one overnight and open the next morning by 7:00am to 8:00pm.
Starting on or after May 29, a half-block section of Walnut Street will be closed immediately east of Capitol Ave for up to 5 days. The Indianapolis Cultural Trail will remain open through this intersection. Walnut Street will remain open at Illinois and Muskingum Streets.
Capitol Avenue will be resurfaced beginning on or after June 3. There will be intermittent lane closures and flaggers around paving crews. On-street parking will be restricted in work zones. One travel lane will remain open with flaggers assisting drivers
Shelby Street is currently being resurfaced. Pavement markings will be installed once paving is complete. There will be intermittent lane closures, traffic restrictions, and flaggers directing traffic around paving and pavement striping crews. This work will continue through the first week in June.
Signal modifications are underway at locations along Illinois Street. Traffic impacts are not expected, however, minor parking and sidewalk impacts could be necessary.
Washington Street and Maryland Street
Crews will be placing pavement markings, resulting in short-term traffic impacts at: Washington Street from Capitol Ave. to Delaware St. on May 28 through May 31
Curb and sidewalk work will begin on 30th Street on or after June 3, requiring some lane restrictions. More information and a list of FAQ’s about the acceleration is posted on the IndyGo website: https://www.indygored.com/acceleration/