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elkhart INDOT announces road closure on S.R. 19

A lane will be closed on S.R. 19 between Arlington Road and C.R. 6 in Elkhart.
Posted on May 2, 2012 at 1:00 a.m.

The right southbound lane will be closed on S.R. 19, between Arlington Road and C.R. 6, for sewer construction. Construction began April 30 and will go on to the end of May, depending on weather conditions. The lane will be open after normal work hours while the project is ongoing.

For information, go to www.trafficwise.IN.gov or www.in.gov/indot.




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