INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — While progress is being made on Interstate 69, noncommittal answers of the project’s completion have local government officials frustrated.
The Herald Times reports that progress on the 22-mile section between Bloomington and Martinsville of I-69 is evident, but local government officials have not yet received an updated schedule.
Gary Vandegriff, project manager with I-69 Development Partners, says the project is currently expected to be completed by Oct. 31, 2017.
However, members of the Bloomington/Monroe County Metropolitan Planning Organization spoke out against the Indiana Department of Transportation, the Indiana Finance Authority and I-69 Development Partners for not having an updated schedule ready this month.
Vandegriff says the schedule for the project is still being evaluated.
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