INDOT begins $5 million patch, resurface project on US 40 near Brazil

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CLAY CO., Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — The Indiana Department of Transportation announced a patch and resurfacing project will begin Monday, Aug. 19.

Work will begin along U.S. 40 east of Brazil through the town of Harmony. The contractor will also perform patching operations following the sidewalk work in this same area.

All of U.S. 40 patching will be completed by Nov. 1.

This project will also include resurfacing the area on U.S 40 from the east city limits of Brazil through Knightsville and Harmony beginning next spring.

Construction is scheduled to be completed by June 20 of next year.

In addition, U.S. 231 through Greencastle will be patched with asphalt during the overnight hours to minimize the impact to the traveling public from 7:30 p.m. until 6 a.m., with the contractor flagging motorists around the area they will be working. 

This portion of the project will begin on Monday, Aug. 19, and it is scheduled to be completed by mid-September.

Wabash Valley Asphalt Inc. was awarded the $5 million contract.   

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