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Last updated on Thursday, August 18, 2011
(UNDATED) - Interstate 70 is getting a makeover that could cause traffic headaches for drivers from Indianapolis to the Illinois state line.
Motorists this week are starting to see long sections of cone zones for construction along I-70 from Plainfield to the Wabash River.
Indiana Department of Transportation's Debbie Calder says $37.5 million will be used to patch, pave and rehabilitate bridges across the western half of the state.
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