Resurface Project In Progress On SR 229 In Franklin Co.

Lane closures will be required now through mid-September.

(Franklin County, Ind.) – Lane closures will be required as a resurface project continues in Franklin County.

The Indiana Department of Transportation contractor Paul H. Rohe Company began milling operations on State Road 229 last week.

The work is part of a $700,000 resurface project north of Interstate 74 near Batesville and Oldenburg.

Milling operations are currently taking place near Oldenburg. Paving will begin in Batesville on Wednesday, August 14, followed by Oldenburg upon completion.

INDOT says lane closures will be in affect along the route. Flaggers will be on-site to maintain traffic.

Paving is expected to finish by Friday, August 23.

The entire project should be completed by mid-September.

More from Local News


Hogan Township Volunteer Fire Dept. Climbs For Good Cause

Fight For Air Climb will happen on February 9, 2020.

Gov. Holcomb Unveils 2020 Next Level Agenda

The agenda includes improving teacher compensation, raising the tobacco and e-cigarette age to 21, and maintaining and improving infrastructure.

Osgood Man Gets 22 Years For Dealing Meth, Fleeing Police

Jeremy Wall was sentenced December 4 in Ripley County Superior Court.

JCD's Ledford Sets Two School Records; Named ORVC Player Of The Week

Ledford is currently second in scoring and rebounding in the ORVC.

Eight SEI Football Stars Earn All-State Honors

East Central, Lawrenceburg and Milan are well represented on the IFCA All-State Teams.

Mason Parris Wins Heavyweight Title At Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational

The Lawrenceburg native continues to do big things at the University of Michigan.

On Air

Travis Thayer playing
Mary Chapin Carpenter - Shutup And Kiss Me

George Strait I Saw God Today 17:06
Dierks Bentley Somewhere On A Beach 16:57
Lady Antebellum What If I Never Get Over You 16:54
Josh Turner All Over Me 16:46