(UNDATED) – The Indiana Department of Transportation announces seal coat operations for State Road 145 in Perry and Dubois County County.
Beginning on or around Monday, May 26, INDOT maintenance crews will close S.R. 145 from I-64 to the town Limits of Birdseye to perform seal coat operations. During these operations, workers will apply a new driving surface to the roadway, which is designed to extend the life of the pavement below for 3-5 years.
Seal Coating is expected to be finished in about 2 days, depending upon weather conditions. During the operation only local traffic will have access.
About Seal Coat
For every $1 spent on seal coat, taxpayers save $6-14 in future road rehabilitation and construction costs and extends the life of pavement for 3-5 years. For more information about our Spring Seal Coat Operations or for a schedule of locations, click here.
Motorists should remember to slow down, increase following distance, obey all work zone signs and flaggers, and plan for extra time to get to your destination.