About The Project
TheLloyd4U includes more than a dozen improvement projects along the Lloyd Expressway. The projects extend from one end of Vanderburgh County to the other, from Posey County Line Road to Cross Pointe Boulevard. The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) plans to invest more than $100 million in improvements to make the Lloyd Expressway more efficient and safer for motorists to navigate. In short, this project is about Making the Lloyd Work for You.
What's Happening Now?
The Project Team is gathering information and developing solutions designed to reduce conflict points, enhance traffic flow and improve safety. Activities include survey work, traffic analysis, early utility coordination, preliminary bridge and road design and early considerations for maintaining and managing traffic during construction. TheLloyd4U will include intersection improvements, bridge replacements, widening, pavement replacement and more.
The public and stakeholders will be informed throughout the process with a chance to share their questions and feedback. Touchpoints include the project website, social media channels, project e-mails and text alerts, stakeholder meetings, public meetings and public hearings that will be followed by a public comment period.
What to Expect
TheLloyd4U improvement projects are divided into two phases. Phase One extends from Rosenberger Avenue to Cross Pointe Boulevard. Traffic analysis and design concepts are underway on Phase One. Phase Two extends from Posey County Line Road to Rosenberger Avenue. Traffic analysis and preliminary design work for Phase Two is expected to begin in spring 2021.
Phase One project letting is expected in fall 2023 with construction expected to begin in spring 2024. Phase Two project letting is expected in fall 2024 with construction expected to begin in spring 2025. Construction for each phase is expected to last about two years.