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Key Road Projects
*All projects are subject to change
CR 800 E. and Oak St. Roundabout
Construction work for the roundabout at Oak Street and CR 800 East (Kissell Road) has started. The project will necessitate a full closure of Oak Street, which is currently scheduled to occur between June 5 and September 1, 2023.
After the road is re-opened to traffic, work will continue with final completion currently scheduled for November 29, 2023.
The roundabout will replace the existing traffic signal located at this intersection. This traffic signal was installed in 2017 as a temporary measure to assist with traffic management of the intersection until a roundabout could be designed, funded and constructed. Over the last several months, utilities within the area have been relocating their facilities in preparation for the road construction work.
US 421 Pavement Restoration - INDOT
From April 14, 2023 - November 6, 2023, INDOT will do concrete pavement restoration work on US 421 from I-465 ramps to 3 miles north (121st St). Crews will be working on one lane at a time. Lanes will be open to traffic in both directions during weekends.
Oak Street Pathway Corridor Study
In the spring of 2023, DPW started a pathway corridor study along Oak Street to explore options to add multi-use pathways. The study corridor spans Oak Street from the Blackstone subdivision on the west end to CR 950 East on the east end. It is anticipated the study will take place over the next few months. Because a pathway on Oak Street would take years to develop, it is expected that the pathways will be added in phases. A combination of off-road pathways and on-road pathways for cyclists will be considered.
Zionsville Wastewater Department Sewer Extension Project
Click here for information about the Sewer Extension project.
CR 300 S. Corridor Project
Through a grant from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization, the Town partnered with the Boone County Highway Department to conduct a corridor study along CR 300 S. from CR 800 E. to the Boone/Hamilton county line. The purpose of this study was to identify a preliminary scope and a potential design of future road widening and intersection improvements considering feasibility, costs, impacts to properties, environmental concerns and bridge needs.
While there is one known bridge replacement project planned in the near future, there are no identified intersection or road projects at this time. The information learned from this study will guide bridge design as these structures are maintained and replaced as needed. Future intersection or roadway capacity projects will not be undertaken until the volume of vehicles and levels of service justify the improvements.