U.S. 6 and State Road 331 to have restrictions near Bremen

MARSHALL COUNTY, Ind. - The Indiana Department of Transportation announces road and lane closures for U.S. 6 and State Road 331 near Bremen beginning Monday, April 19. 

The U.S. 6 bridge over State Road 331 will be closed to traffic for a bridge deck overlay and bridge painting. These preventative maintenance activities prolong the life of the bridge deck. Motorists should seek an alternate route. The official detour will follow State Road 106.

State Road 331 will have lane closures under the U.S. 6 bridge during bridge cleaning and painting operations. Flaggers will direct traffic when these restrictions are in place.

State Road 331 will also have lane closures between State Road 106 east to U.S. 30 for paving operations. Flaggers will direct traffic in the area where work is occuring. 

These projects will be ongoing through early-July, 2021. 

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