City Center Drive and Pennsylvania Street
Closure to take place on or after: Monday, October 10
This intersection will be closed 45 days for construction of a roundabout. Detour routes will be posted, using Carmel Drive, Guilford Road, and 116th Street. The existing T-intersection will be fully reconstructed to a multi-lane roundabout. The reconstruction will include new full-depth pavement, curb and gutter, an enclosed storm water system, shared-use path and sidewalk with new curb ramps. The private drive for the hotel, on the west side of the roundabout, will be reconstructed. Along with the drive reconstruction, a portion of the hotel parking lot will be reconfigured to operate effectively with the new roundabout. Access to the businesses within the project limits will be maintained at all times. Access to the Hotels will be maintained from both the north (through a temporary drive), and from the existing drive to the south.
Carey Road and 136th Street
Closure expected to happen on or after: Monday, October 10
This intersection has been prepped and construction will begin on this new single lane roundabout. The posted detour route will use Gray Road and Keystone Parkway to accommodate northbound and southbound traffic. Eastbound and westbound traffic will use Main Street and 146th street. The intersection of Keystone Parkway and 136th street will remain open throughout this project.
Spring Mill Road Improvements
Closure took place: Tuesday, October 4
Construction has begun on Spring Mill Road from Main Street to Williams Creek, south of Dorset Road. This will be a full closure until mid-December, weather permitting. The posted detour route follows Illinois Street for all north-south traffic. Dorset Road will maintain east west connectivity throughout the scheduled construction. This is the first phase of an $8.3 million project that will add multi-purpose paths to complete pedestrian connectivity; a new median in the center of the roadway and pedestrian railings to bridges. Future phases will include work in 2017 further south on Spring Mill Road to just south of 106th Street, including a roundabout at 111th street, and a culvert lining project south of 106th street. Reith Riley is the contractor on this project.
Carey Road and Hawthorne Drive
Closure took place: Monday, September 26
This intersection was closed on Monday, September 26th for the construction of a new single lane roundabout. The closure is scheduled to last 45 days. This project will increase vehicular and alternative (pedestrian/bike) transportation connectivity. The posted detour will utilize Gray Road and Keystone Parkway to accommodate northbound and southbound traffic. Eastbound and westbound traffic should use Main Street and 146th street.
Emerson Road storm water improvement
Lane Restrictions will continue: On or After Monday, October 10
The City of Carmel has been working on storm water improvements in the Emerson Road area. The storm sewer installation will continue along the southern portion of Emerson as well as 350 feet of York Drive from Emerson, and the length of Park Lane. Local traffic will be maintained. Weather permitting, this project should be completed by Thanksgiving.
City street paving – various streets
Asphalt work completed for 2016
CarmelLink 2.0 Update
CARME LINK 2.0 is a concentrated infrastructure improvement program that will result in the completion of new roundabout intersections along Gray Road, 96th Street, Range Line Road, 116th Street, Guilford Road, Pennsylvania Street, Spring Mill Road, Towne Road, Keystone Parkway with a new interchange at 96th Street, storm water management and drainage improvement projects throughout the City of Carmel. It will also include the upgrade of a large section of Range Line Road and other miscellaneous improvements over the next three-years.
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