Indiana Highway Promoted To Interstate

Congestion on US 31 will be eased by eliminating stoplights that brings traffic to a grinding halt.
June 13, 2003, 4am PDT | Chris Steins | @urbaninsight
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Signalized intersections will become interchanges. Heavy congestion in metro Indy's wealthiest suburb will be eased by plans to expand a 4-lane highway to a 6-lane interstate-quality freeway: "When 44,000 daily commuters are forced to go from 55 mph to a dead stop on U.S. 31, jostling from lane to lane, racing through long yellow lights -- it becomes a problem that can lead to frustration, road rage and lots of accidents."

Thanks to Dan McFeely

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Published on Wednesday, June 11, 2003 in The Indianapolis Star
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