U.S. 35 to have two closures between Winamac and Dunkirk beginning on or after May 8, 2023

CASS AND PULASKI COUNTIES Ind. – Indiana Department of Transportation contractor RAM Construction Services will close U.S. 35 in two locations between State Road 24 and State Road 14 for approximately two weeks beginning on or after Monday, May 8. 

U.S. 35 will be closed between C.R. 400 N and C.R. 300 N in Cass County for a bridge deck overlay project over Crooked Creek. The detour for this closure will follow State Road 16, State Road 17, State Road 25 and State Road 29.

U.S. 35 will also be closed between C.R. E 900 S and C.R. S 400 E in Pulaski County for a bridge deck overlay over Indian Creek. The detour will follow State Road 14, State Road 17 and State Road 16.

Motorists who utilize U.S. 35 for long distance travel through this corridor should plan an alternate route. The signed detour will follow State Road 14, State Road 17 and State Road 25. Local traffic can utilize State Road 16 to access locations between the two closures. 

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SOURCE: News release from Indiana Department of Transportation