State Road 331 detour changed due to project on S.R. 19

MARSHALL COUNTY - The Indiana Department of Transportation announces a change to the official detour for the State Road 331 closure over the Tippecanoe River beginning Wednesday, March 31. 

The official detour will now follow State Road 10, U.S. 31 and State Road 110 due to a project closing State Road 19 on Thursday, April 1. 

State Road 331 is closed south of Old Tip Town and north of Tippecanoe in Marshall County. This project is to rehabilitate the bridge over Tippecanoe River and is expected to be completed by early July, 2021. 

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