Nightly lane closures planned this week on I-74 between S.R. 101 and Ohio state line

first_imgDearborn County—INDOT contractor John R. Jurgensen Company will continue patching work this week for the $20.3 million asphalt resurfacing project on I-74 in Dearborn County that began last month.Nightly lane closures begin tonight through Wednesday for patching and repair operations in both east and westbound lanes from S.R. 101 to the Ohio state line. Closures will begin at 9 p.m. each evening and will be removed by 5 a.m. the next morning.Monday, September 23 (tonight, 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.):WB left lane closed between MM 164 to MM 160WB left lane closure extended from MM 160 to MM 156 (adjacent to current I-74 reconstruction project)EB left lane closure extended from MM 156 to MM 160 (adjacent to current I-74 reconstruction project)Tuesday, September 24 (9 p.m. to 5 a.m.):WB right lane closure extended from MM 160 to MM 156 (adjacent to current I-74 reconstruction project)EB right lane closure extended from MM 156 to MM 160 (adjacent to current I-74 reconstruction project)EB right lane closed between MM 160 to MM 164WB left lane closed from the Ohio state line to MM 169Wednesday, September 25:Various lane closures from S.R. 101 to Ohio state line, areas not yet patched/repaired on Monday or TuesdayThe contractor is utilizing a queue-detection system with four sensors and a portable message board to notify westbound I-74 traffic entering Indiana from Ohio of slowed or stopped traffic ahead.Travelers are urged to slow down and exercise caution in and near the work zone.Patching will be complete later this fall. Milling and paving is scheduled to begin in July 2020. All work is weather dependent.last_img read more

Syracuse extends win streak to four games with 4-3 victory over Louisville

first_imgNo. 32 Syracuse (12-6, 6-6 Atlantic Coast) beat Louisville (8-14, 0-11 Atlantic Coast), 4-3, at the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center in Louisville, Kentucky on Sunday.Like its last game against Pittsburgh, Syracuse got the first point by winning two of three doubles matches. Gabriella Knutson and Valeria Salazar won their game, 6-2. Nicole Mitchell and Maria Tritou won their game, 6-4. Dina Hegab and Anna Shkudun lost their match, 5-4, before it could be completed.Salazar paced Syracuse by winning her singles match in back-to-back sets by scores of 6-2 and 6-3. However, Knutson, who has been one of Syracuse’s most successful players in the last month, lost her match in two sets, 6-4 and 7-5. Tritou lost her match in two identical sets of 6-4 and 6-4. Hegab lost her match in two sets, 6-4 and 6-3.With two of the team’s best performers losing, Syracuse was found a way to win with individual victories from Libi Mesh, who helped Syracuse beat Wake Forest, and Shkudun, who won last week for the first time in almost a month.Mesh won the last two games in her match, 6-4 and 6-3, after losing the first set, 7-6.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWith Syracuse tied, 3-3, against Louisville, Shkudun was able to seal the win with another three-set game. She won the final two sets 7-5 and 6-3 after also losing her first set, 6-4.Syracuse continues on its three-game road trip at No. 6 Miami on Friday at 11 a.m. Comments Published on April 10, 2016 at 4:42 pm Contact Jake: [email protected] Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more