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Indianapolis Plans To Spend $126 Million For Infrastructure Improvements
Updated May 17, 2016 12:12 PM
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - The city of Indianapolis plans to spend $126 million for infrastructure improvements and repairs this summer.

City official announced the construction schedule Monday. It includes 60 projects, most of which are street repaving. The repaving will encompass 200 miles of streets.

The city also plans to add 300 wheelchair access ramps, mark 6.2 miles of bike lanes and build sidewalks and trails. Storm sewer repairs and 240 school-zone warning lights will be added as well.



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