KOSCIUSKO COUNTY – The Indiana Department of Transportation announces that a culvert replacement is scheduled for S.R. 13 from CR 400 N to CR 500 N in Kosciusko County. The road closure is scheduled to begin in late March but may begin in early April due to weather.
The three-day closure will allow maintenance crews to complete the replacement of a culvert pipe. Access to homes and businesses will be maintained through the work. The official state detour for the closure will be U.S. 30 to S.R. 5 to U.S. 6. The work is scheduled to be complete by April 1, weather permitting.
Motorists can expect to see signage up as early as the week of March 23.
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