Representative Jack Jordan urges Marshall County residents to submit their input on the U.S. 30 and U.S. 31 improvement projects to make them freeways with limited access.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is seeking public input related to long-term solutions on U.S. 30 and U.S. 31 corridors. This is part of a two-year planning process, and input will help define the future of each corridor in northern Indiana.
[To provide input for U.S. 30, click here. To see the study area, click here.]
[To provide input for U.S. 31, click here. To see the study area, click here.]
Counties within the study area include Allen, Fulton, Hamilton, Howard, Kosciusko, LaPorte, Marshall, Miami, Porter, Starke, Tipton and Whitley. The corridor areas include U.S. 30 from Valparaiso to the Indiana/Ohio state line, excluding I-69 and I-469 around Fort Wayne, and U.S. 31 between Hamilton County and Plymouth, excluding the Kokomo bypass.
INDOT plans to host public information meetings in the coming months. The input from communities within the study areas will help INDOT identify what needs or concerns should be addressed by future improvements and building infrastructure that will better serve Hoosiers.