CLINTON, Ind. (WTHI) - You'll soon have a chance to learn more about the State Road 163 bridge project.
The bridge spans over the Wabash River in Parke and Vermillion Counties.
The Indiana Department of Transportation hopes to fix up the bridge.
That's so it can keep handling two-way traffic.
Community members were concerned about closing the bridge entirely for construction.
INDOT now says their plan keeps one lane open for both directions of travel.
Crews would install a temporary stop light.
A public hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, December 13th.
The presentation starts at 6:00 p.m. at the Central Elementary School gym in Clinton.
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