Martin Luther King Drive Bridge
GARY | The Martin Luther King Drive Bridge over the Borman Expressway opened to motorists Monday afternoon, Indiana Department of Transportation representatives said Tuesday morning.
The new Martin Luther King Drive Bridge will reopen Friday, 17 months after the previous span was closed just six years after it was built.
GARY | The Borman Expressway at the Martin Luther King Jr. Drive Bridge will be closed in 20- to 30-minute intervals between Interstate 65 and Broadway today through Thursday.
GARY | Borman Expressway lane closures for demolition work on the Martin Luther King Bridge will resume tonight after weather forced postponement.
The Martin Luther King Drive Bridge over the Borman Expressway in Gary was designed to last 75 years. It was open for less than six, with work to demolish the bridge set to start Monday night.
GARY | Demolition work on a bridge will force some lane restrictions along a stretch of Interstate 80/94 in Gary beginning next week, the Indiana Department of Transportation said.
Have you ever seen a project (i.e., Cline Avenue) with more back flips, turns, somersaults and reversals than the porpoise Flipper ever imagined when he entertained his guests at Sea World?
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