The Indiana Department of Transportation plans to resume its resurfacing project on U.S. 41 in early April.
Work is scheduled to start on or after Monday, April 1, weather permitting.
The contractor plans to resume work in the southbound lanes on the curb ramps and concrete patching.
INDOT says there is additional patching work remaining in the northbound lanes also.
The concrete work will take place during the daytime. However, there will be overnight closures for forming the curb ramps and allowing the patching concrete to cure.
Asphalt patching followed by resurfacing is scheduled to begin in mid-April in the northbound lanes first.
That work will take place Monday through Thursday north of Wabash Avenue between 8 p.m. until 6 a.m. and south of Wabash Avenue from 9 p.m. until 6 a.m.
White Construction Co. was awarded this contract for $7.1 million.
The project includes patching and resurfacing U.S. 41 from just south of I-70 through Terre Haute to State Road 63 on the north end.
The curb-ramps will be updated to be ADA-compliant. Thin deck overlays were placed on the U.S. 41 bridge over Tippecanoe Street and CSX Railroad, and on the I-70 bridges over Erie Canal Road last year.
This project is scheduled for completion at the end of June of this year.