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HOOSIER HEARTLAND HIGHWAY. Public Information Meeting – August 27, 2009 STATE ROAD 25, SEGMENT 2 From 0.42 mile east of Tippecanoe/Carroll County line to 0.20 mile east of CR400W Length of 8.46 miles with 9 Bridges INDOT DESIGN CONSULTANT: Bernardin Lochmueller & Associates, Inc. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • HOOSIER HEARTLAND HIGHWAYPublic Information Meeting August 27, 2009

    STATE ROAD 25, SEGMENT 2From 0.42 mile east of Tippecanoe/Carroll County line to 0.20 mile east of CR400WLength of 8.46 miles with 9 Bridges

    INDOT DESIGN CONSULTANT:Bernardin Lochmueller & Associates, Inc.Jeff Whitaker, P.E.

  • Section 2: Central SegmentCurrent Design StatusRoad & Bridge Design - 50% CompleteR/W Engineering 50% Complete

  • Section 2: Central SegmentWork ScheduleHydraulic Review & Grade Review(Completed 2007)Context Sensitive Solution Design (Completed August 28, 2008)Preliminary Field Check of Road & Bridge (February 23, 2009) Public Information Meeting (August 27, 2009)Design Approval (September 2009)

  • Section 2: Central SegmentRight-of-Way ScheduleR/W Engineering & Acquisition (2008-2011)90 Parcels of Property26 RelocationR/W Appraising (Oct/Nov 2009-April 2010)Property Information

  • Construction SchedulePhase 2A - (November 2010- 2012)Phase 2B (March 2011-2013)Phase 2C (December 2011-2013)Phase 2D (October 2011-2013)Section 2: Central Segment

  • Alignment Issues:Alignment was shifted on SR 25 and Connector Roads to avoid Environmental Sensitive AreasAlignment shifted on SR 218 because of an at-grade Railroad CrossingAlignment shifted on Connector Road between the New SR 218 and Existing SR 218 Robinson Branch Bridge Added:Because of Environmental Stream Impacts & Wetland SeepsUpstream Bridge Creek Bridge Added:Because of hydraulics & cost savings

    Section 2: Central Segment

  • Main Street AccessLocal Officials Requested Main Street Access Revised Improve Entrance into DelphiSignature Bridge for the Monon Trail

    Section 2: Central Segment

  • Context Sensitive Solutions - Deer Creek Valley Rural Historic DistrictCommittee StakeholdersTotal of 4 Meetings, Last Meeting August 28, 2008Context Sensitive Design SolutionsTexturing & Coloring of the Retaining Walls & Bridge PiersShape of Bridge PiersType of Bridge RailingType of LandscapingType of Lighting at Main Street

    Section 2: Central Segment


    Questions Contact:Aimee Kindred, Public Involvement DirectorOffice: (317)234-4938Mobile: (317)517-2166Fax: (317)233-4929Email: Akindred@indot.in.gov

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