Improving Regional Transportation

Through Partnership with Local Agencies

Proposed Purpose and Need – Share Your Comments

The proposed purpose and need for the Mid-States Corridor Project is to provide an improved transportation link between US 231/SR 66 and I-69 which:

  • Improves business and personal regional connectivity in Dubois County and southern Indiana;
  • Improves regional traffic safety in southern Indiana;
  • Supports economic development in southern Indiana; and
  • Improves highway connections to existing major multi-modal locations from southern Indiana.

Click here to read the complete document and click here to share your feedback. Comments on the proposed purpose and need will be received through Dec. 22nd. For more information about engaging in the project, you can review the Mid-States Coordination Plan here.

The Mid-States Corridor Regional Development Authority (RDA) and the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) have partnered to deliver the required Tier 1 Environmental Study for the Mid-States Corridor Project. It examines the concept of an improved highway connection in southern Indiana. It’s anticipated to begin at SR 66 near the William H. Natcher Bridge crossing the Ohio River at Rockport, continue generally through the Huntingburg and Jasper area and extend north to connect to Interstate 69.


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