WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) -- The driveway project at Harrison High School is finally moving forward.
Tippecanoe County's School Board awarded the $1.75 million project.
As we reported in May, the money will be used for a new entrance to the football stadium.
It's to help alleviate traffic pains.
The new road will provide access off County Road 600 North.
It will run to near the old tennis courts where there will eventually be more parking.
Work should start this summer and be completed in one year.
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