Rain And Snow Events Create Potential For Flooding

(UNDATED) – With several snow and rain events in the past few weeks, the Indiana Department of Transportation reminds motorists to watch for flooding on state highways.

As snow begins to melt, the level of many of our waterways will begin to rise above flood stage. In the southwestern district, the most common places for flooding are along the Ohio River in the southern portion of the district and along the White River in the eastern and central parts of the district. As of Monday, January 28, State Road 358 at the Knox/Daviess County area and State Road 66 between State Road 70 and State Road 62 in Perry/Crawford County area.
INDOT will monitor all roads and post-flooding updates to our social media pages on Facebook and Twitter. The information is also available via the INDOT mobile app for Apple and Android devices or from a traditional computer at indot.carsprogram.org.
Remember, if you encounter water over the roadway turn around; never drive through floodwaters. Just a few inches of water is enough to cause a vehicle to stall and float. This could be a very dangerous and potentially deadly situation. Never drive around signs or barricades to attempt to navigate a flooded road. Drivers who do can face fines and other legal matters on top of potentially losing their vehicle in the water.
If you do encounter a flooded road without warning, please call our customer service line at 1-855-INDOT4U (463-6848) and report it.
Stay Informed
Motorists can learn about highway work zones and other traffic alerts at indot.carsprogram.org, 1-800-261-ROAD (7623) or 511 from a mobile phone.
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