ProPEL U.S. 30 continues to seek Hoosier’s input as it continues planning studies along the U.S. 30 corridor in northern Indiana. The study seeks to propel the communities along the highway forward by using a collaborative approach to address the transportation issues and desired outcomes that have been identified for each study area.
The study team continues collecting public comments on the plans to make U.S. 30 and the remaining portion of U.S. 31 in Marshall County a limited-access highway. The U.S. 30 study extends from State Road 49 in Porter County on the west to the Indiana-Ohio line in Allen County on the east. The project in Marshall County on U.S. 30 is from the Kosciusko County line to the Starke County line east and west and from U.S. 30 south on U.S. 31 to 700 North in Fulton County.
Team members want to hear from you about the transportation issues and desired outcomes that have been identified for each study area as they continue to examine the safety, mobility, and community and economic development goals along the corridor.
Those interested in speaking to a study team member can do so this Friday, October 13th at the Culver Fall Fest from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Team members will be at the intersection of Main and Jefferson Street in Culver with maps and details on the proposed project being considered.