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August 16, 2013

Lane restrictions on Ind. 13 in Syracuse begin

SYRACUSE — The Indiana Department of Transportation announced asphalt resurfacing work has begun on Ind. 13 in Syracuse, between Harkless Drive and County Line Road (C.R. 1400 North).  

During daytime hours, there will be intermittent lane restrictions under the direction of flaggers and/or arrowboards, barrels and cones. Motorists should be aware of milling and paving machines, merging construction traffic and shoulder work. The restrictions are expected to lift each night.

The entire project is scheduled to be complete by the end of October. The contract was awarded to Phend and Brown, based on the low bid of $748,000.


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