Keystone Avenue and Mooresville Road Bypass bridges are being reconstructed
MARION COUNTY, Ind. (June 18, 2021) – Two bridges over I-465 in southern Marion County are scheduled to close next month.
The existing Keystone Avenue and Mooresville Road Bypass bridges will be demolished and fully reconstructed during the extended closures. No demolition work will happen over live traffic.
Both the Keystone Avenue and Mooresville Road Bypass bridges are expected to close on or after Monday, July 19. The Keystone Avenue bridge is expected to be closed up to 120 days. The Mooresville Road Bypass bridge will be closed up to 90 days.
There will also be an initial traffic shift on I-465 as crews install additional barrier wall to protect workers in the median. Drivers should stay alert and slow down in the area. Detour routes will be in place. Drivers who typically use the Keystone Avenue bridge will cross I-465 using the Madison Avenue bridge. Drivers north of the Keystone closure will use East Hanna Avenue and Shelby Street to reach the Madison Avenue bridge.
Drivers to the south of the Keystone closure will use Thompson Road to reach Madison Avenue. Click here to see a larger version of the detour map.
Drivers who typically use the Mooresville Road Bypass bridge will cross I-465 at the Mann Road bridge. Drivers can use Kentucky Avenue or Thompson Road to reach Mann Road. Click here to see a larger map of the detour route.
Signage is posted to alert drivers of the upcoming closures.
About I-69 Finish Line
I-69 Finish Line is the sixth and final section of the Interstate 69 connection between Evansville and Indianapolis. The project will upgrade the existing S.R. 37 to interstate standards between Martinsville and Indianapolis.
Governor Eric Holcomb’s Next Level Connections program fully funded the project and accelerated construction by three years. I-69 Finish Line is expected to open to traffic in late 2024, improving safety and reducing travel time.