CLINTON COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) - Drivers traveling on I-65 may run into some bumps beginning today. A stretch of the highway that has caused problems for trucks and cars for months, is getting a facelift.
Resurfacing crews are working to repair potholes along I-65 near State Road 28.
The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) said the work is planned for the southbound lanes of 65, just north of 28 in Clinton County.
INDOT said crews will work on the southbound side this fall and the northbound lanes next year. The entire project is set to be completed by July of 2014.
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