The ramp from southbound Cline Avenue to the westbound Borman Expressway is expected to open Monday following two weeks of repaving work.
After the ramp is open, the Indiana Department of Transportation will begin spot repaving of the eastbound lanes of the Borman from the Illinois state line to the five-mile marker, INDOT spokesman Matt Deitchley said.
That will lead to some overnight lane restrictions that could extend into the morning hours, Deitchley said.
All the work is part of a $3 million Borman repaving project that will be complete later this fall. Rieth Riley Construction Co., of Goshen, is the overall contractor on the project.
More than a decade has passed since parts of the Borman expansion commenced, and some sections of pavement are now due for replacement.
The project will not result in a complete repaving of the expressway, Deitchley said. Just those sections in need of rehabilitation will have pavement milled and replaced.