LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — A major overhaul of a Lafayette street could cause delays for drivers this spring.
Crews are going to be reconstructing 36th Street from Union to just north of South Street.
The road will be going from concrete to pavement.
Work is expected to start this spring and wrap up in November. Drivers can expect detours during that time.
The project will be funded with the Community Crossings Grant. That same grant will be used to pay for resurfacing along several other Lafayette streets.
Starting this spring, crews will be resurfacing North 19th from Hanna to Greenbush Street. Underwood from 15th Street to Erie Street will also undergo resurfacing.
Crews will also be resurfacing Old U.S. 231 from U.S. 52 to just south of Veterans Memorial Parkway.
Work should wrap up this fall.
Flaggers will direct traffic during each resurfacing project.
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