Pavement Marking Project Underway On I-74 Between Sunman & Ohio State Line

Law enforcement will be assisting with traffic control.

(Sunman, Ind.) - Crews have begun a pavement marking project in southeast Indiana.

The Indiana Department of Transportation says crews will apply pavement markings on Interstate 74 between State Road 101 and the Ohio state line through Sunday, October 4.

Pavement markings will be applied on both the east and westbound lanes of I-74.

Law enforcement will be assisting with traffic control.

Motorist are urged to slow down and use extra caution when passing through the work zone.

 

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