COUNT US!  County Under New Terrain I=69

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 INDOT's  FEIS- Appendix E presentation  to Federal Highway Administration to gain tier 1 approval for I-69 on 3-C: 




COUNT US! has always been critical of INDOT stealth. 


    As we  imagine a built I-69,  this page is dedicated to documenting the basis for our projection of I-69 in Monroe County.  It supports our pages:

What would I-69 Look Like at Bloomington?











From the Final Environmental Impact Study (FEIS), Appendix E. 
To access the INDOT Appendix E as a PDF Download, click here, or copy this URL: http://deis.i69indyevn.org/FEIS/Vol2-Appendixes/PDF/Appendix_E.pdf


Read the tables below from left to right to represent travel from South-West to North-East from Greene to Morgan County through Monroe County.
Indiana Department of Transportation FEIS Appendix E.
ALTERNATIVE 3-C
I-69 Evansville-To- Indianapolis Typical Cross Sections

From

(Comments) -edited
To
Traffic
Lanes
Typical
Section
Designation
Length
(Miles)
R/W
Width
Existing
R/W Width
I-64
Physlographic divide just North of Patoka National Wildlife Refuge (PWLR) 4
E
20
350 N/A
Physlographic Divided just North of PWLR
Physlographic divide further north of PWLR 4
F 2.4 470
N/A
Physlographic divide further north of PWLR East Fork of White River
4 E 9.5 350
N/A
East Fork of White River
US 231 at Doans Creek
4 E 36
350
N/A
US 231 at Doans Creek SR 37
4 F 24.5
470
N/A
SR 37 Interchange
SR 45
6
C 3.1
420
200
SR 45
(Urban Freeway)

SR 46
8 I 3.6
290 200
SR 46 SR 39 Interchange
6 C 18.7
420
200
SR 37/SR 39
SR 252
8 I 3.4
290
200
SR 252 CR 144/ SR 144
6 C 13.2
420
300
CR 144/ SR 144 I-465 8 G 9.4
390
180

From US 31 in Green County to Existing SR 37 near existing Victor Pike, the New Terrain I-69 is represented by "typical section F"



From SR 45 to SR 46 Bloomington's "Urban Freeway" is represented by "Elevated Urban Typical Section I"
(Wall to wall concrete for 12 lanes, with no drainage design included at this time.)

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Martinsville gets the same "Section I" Urban Freeway treatment.
From the Proposed new I-69 / SR 37 intersection to SR 45 (2nd St.)
                          I-69 is represented by "typical section C"
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From SR 46 to SR 39 in Morgan County, proposed I-69 returns
to the "typical section C"
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The DEIS in the atlas section said that 63% of roads crossed by 3C would be closed, with no grade separations or intersections, yet only ~10% have been identified so far.   The rest are labeled "potential" crossings or intersections.

Typical Indiana Interstates only provide access points at State and Federal Highways.  Monroe County Can expect 5 or less access intersections to and from I-69.

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