LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — A nearly mile long stretch of a Lafayette street is getting a facelift.
The city is replacing about nine blocks of crumbling infrastructure along Underwood Street.
The concrete project is happening from 15th Street to Erie Avenue.
Crews are replacing curbs, drive approaches and ramps along the street. Cracked and damaged areas on sidewalks will also be fixed.
City Engineer Jeromy Grenard said work should start in late summer or early fall.
Traffic should not be affected.
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