INDOT: Sherman Minton Bridge Could Reopen a Week Early

by Rick Howlett on February 14, 2012

The Indiana Department of Transportation says the Sherman Minton Bridge could reopen about a week earlier than the original March 1 deadline.

Workers are nearly finished installing steel reinforcement plates on the 50 year old bridge. The span has been closed since September 9, when a crack was discovered in a load-bearing support beam.

Officials say striping crews will be out this week restoring ramp configurations along the detour routes.

The Sherman Minton Bridge reinforcement work is being conducted by Louisville-based Hall Contracting.

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