Just days now until officials cut the ribbon on a brand new highway in southwest Indiana. Monday Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels will officially open the first three sections of the Interstate 69 corridor by cutting ribbons at the state road 68 interchange east of Haubstadt, in Washington where the new highway crosses US 50, and where the finished sections terminate at US 231 near the Crane Naval Facility. IN-DOT says the highway will be see it's first private vehicles by 5 that evening - as the barricades will come down and the roadway will be opened up Still to come - sections of the high from Crane to Bloomington. They should be complete in 2014.
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