WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Many neighbors are excited for a $10 million road project to get started in Tippecanoe County. Wednesday night, they had the chance to review the plans and construction schedule for the Revive Klondike project.
The project will take about two years to complete. It's broken down into three phases along Klondike Road.
Phase one begins at Lindberg Road with an installation of a roundabout. It then heads north towards U.S. 52. Wednesday, dozens of people were able to meet the project contractors and ask questions.
"I'm excited to see the process get started," said Tippecanoe County resident Bernie Chamness. "To see where the trails are going to be and see how long it takes. But it doesn't matter, it's going to improve."
During phase one, Klondike is closed to through traffic all the way to Cumberland Avenue to widen the road.
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