Noblesville roundabout construction brings about additional road closures in area

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NOBLESVILLE, Ind.  (October 12, 2015) —  Hague Road, immediately north of Carrigan Road, will be closing on or after Wednesday, October 21 for 21 days to complete work on the north approach of the roundabout which is currently under construction. The intersection will remain open to east and west bound traffic on Carrigan Road. Hague Road will remain open south of Carrigan Road. During the closure, it is recommended that north and south bound through traffic use either 216th Street to Indiana 19 or 211th Street/James Road to 206th Street.

“The project is presently on schedule. We anticipate that the roundabout will be operational and open to traffic before Thanksgiving,” City Engineer John Beery said.

Final surface and pavement markings will not be completed until the spring of 2016 because of temperature specifications for material placement.

The transformation of the three-way stop at Carrigan and Hague roads to a roundabout began last month. The overall project will cost $1.1 million but because of funding received from the Indiana Department of Transportation the City of Noblesville’s portion is $150,000.

 

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