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96th Street and Keystone Parkway adjacent roadway construction

Project Status:   COMPLETED


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126th Street reconstruction - Range Line Road to Keystone Parkway

Project Status:   COMPLETED

126th St. was updated to a boulevard between Range Line Road and Keystone Parkway. It was closed with traffic moving west bound only for a duration of the project allowing reconstruction of the south half of the new roadway. The initial phase of work started Monday, August 1, 2016. After phase one was complete vehicles used the new eastbound lane to bring traffic west bound for the remainder of the project while the remaining work was completed. This decision was made as it was felt that westbound traffic into the city core was a bigger priority. Improvements included: 8' multiuse paths on both the north and south sides of the new boulevard, storm water management, erosion control, new curbs and gutters, two lane boulevard, and a new roundabout at Kinzer Ave ,expected to connect to Carmel Drive in the future.


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126th Street reconstruction - Hazel Dell Parkway to River Road

Project Status:   IN PROGRESS


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126th Street path from Keystone Parkway to Hazel Dell Parkway

Project Status:   COMPLETED

This was a federal aid project that shared in the expense of constructing a multi use path on the north side of 126th from Keystone to Hazel Dell Pkwy. The path was complete before the end of 2019. 

For any specific questions about this project please contact the City of Carmel Department of Engineering (317)571-2400 .


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Guilford Road - Grand Boulevard to Main Street reconstruction

Project Status:   COMPLETED

Reconstruction of Guilford Road from 390 feet north of City Center Drive to 220 feet north of West Main Street; included also construction of a roundabout at Main Street, with termini 320 feet west and 230 feet east of Guilford Road along Main Street in the City of Carmel. This project included a new pedestrian pathway along the west side of Guilford Road and new sidewalks along the east side, storm water collection, a new culvert adjacent to Carmel Middle School, and boulevard treatments between Grand Blvd. and Main St. The road remains a two lane road.


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Hazel Dell Parkway - Cherry Tree Boulevard to 146th Street widening

Project Status:   COMPLETED

This project converted an old stretch of road, with no storm water collection, to a new tree lined boulevard, with storm water collection, and added pedestrian connectivity to the area. This project was constructed under a full closure for the much of the duration of the project. Eventually it was determined to open the road despite the utility delays leaving the poles in the roadway. The city added barriers around the obstructions and opened the road to vehicular travel.


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Keystone Way construction to connect to AAA Way

Project Status:   IN PROGRESS


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Monon Boulevard construction and new Midtown Plaza

Project Status:   COMPLETED

The city built the new Monon Boulevard that transformed the existing 12-foot wide path into a multi-faceted 140-foot wide right-of-way section that included new dedicated lanes for cycling, buffer zones, sidewalks, green spaces, one-way streets with additional parking on either side of the trail and a new Midtown Plaza at Elm Street near the Allied Solutions corporate headquarters.

The expanded trail serves a rapidly growing Midtown redevelopment area where the city is partnering with private developers to create a new, vibrant corridor connecting our City Center and Arts & Design redevelopment districts, which includes a mix of offices, restaurants, retail and residential units in what was once city's primary industrial area. In addition, the plans call for neighborhood green spaces, additional trees, arts plazas, community benches, kiosks, spray plaza, bocce ball court, connections to popular destinations and the Midtown Plaza that features bicycle parking, public art, outdoor café spaces and other features. Plans called for work to begin by July of 2017.

The estimated cost of the Monon Boulevard and Midtown Plaza projects ranged from $20 million to $23 million, which came from a variety of sources including bonds and developer commitments. This project was substantially complete December of 2019 with additional work followed through Summer of 2020.

For any specific questions about this project please contact the City of Carmel Department of Engineering (317)571-2400 .


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Monon Trail reconstruction - City Center Drive to Walnut Street

Project Status:   IN PROGRESS

When the Carmel Redevelopment Commission develops the Monon Square Shopes this portion of the trail is expected to see updates. It is not expected the the tunnel under City center would change.


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Lowes Way connector to Keystone Parkway and Range Line Road

Project Status:   COMPLETED

This project, built by Hamilton County, was completed in two phases. Phase 1 included construction of a new connection that linked 146th St. to southbound Keystone Pkwy. The new ramp was added to the existing Lowes Way exit ramp which connects northbound Keystone Pkwy. to 146th St. Phase 2 included constructing a new connection for motorists wanting to drive east or west between Range Line Rd, Keystone Parkway and Lowes Way. Additional information on this project is available at http://www.hamiltoncounty.in.gov/881/Lowes-Way-Connection


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Range Line Road from 136th Street to US 31

Project Status:   COMPLETED

The Range Line Road project included constructing a roadway boulevard with a 5 foot sidewalk to the east side and 8 foot multi-use path along the west side. The project began at the north approach of the roundabout of 136th Street and extended north including a roundabout just south of US 31 (roundabout completed by Hamilton County in 2020). The existing curb lines at the 136th Street roundabout were modified to eliminate the damaging effects of trailer off tracking. In addition to the standard drainage improvement associated with a curb and gutter roadway, a box culvert was installed north of the Little Cool Creek bridge along the west side of the roadway and discharges into Little Cool Creek east of the existing bridge. This improvement will eliminate over the road flow and help reduce flooding during large rainfall events. Street lighting was installed throughout the limits of the project. Finally, the roadway surface of Range Line Road was milled and overlaid between 6th St NW and the south approach to the 136th Street roundabout. A

Additional work by Hamilton County Highway Dept. April 2020: Roundabout construction connecting Lowes Way and Range Line road. More information at Hamilton County Website https://www.hamiltoncounty.in.gov/881/Lowes-Way-Connection---Phase-2

For any specific questions about this project please contact the City of Carmel Department of Engineering (317)571-2400 .


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Southwest Clay - resurfacing and multi-use path construction

Project Status:   COMPLETED


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Spring Mill reconstruction from 111th Street to Main Street

Project Status:   COMPLETED

The project included constructing a boulevard section with sidewalk and multi-use path from 106th Street to Main Street along Spring Mill Road, in conjunction with a roundabout at 111th Street. The project began at the south approach of 111h Street and extended north to the existing roundabout at Main Street (131st Street). No modifications were made to the 116th Street, Dorset Boulevard and Main Street roundabouts. A multi-use path was extended south from the new roundabout at 111th Street to the existing roundabout at 106th Street along the east side of Spring Mill Road. Finally, modifications to separate vehicular and pedestrian traffic were made to Hamilton County Bridges No. 31 and 32 over Williams Creek. Construction began in Spring 2017 and is complete.

For any specific questions about this project please contact the City of Carmel Department of Engineering (317)571-2400 .


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Duke transmission line buried -MidTown / Arts & Design District

Project Status:   IN PROGRESS

The burial of Duke transmission lines and water main upgrades along Veterans Way from Elm Street to Main Street will get underway on or after Thursday, July 15. This first phase of a four-part project will be focused primarily near the Cat Theater and will involve a partial closure of Veterans Way. During all phases of work, access to properties and businesses will be maintained in the region. Most of this work will be completed under a partial road closure. Additional phases of this project will begin in late September with an anticipated completion date of Summer 2022.


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Elm Street and Range Line Road Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

Elm Street Roundabout road construction project included the construction of a new 2-lane street with areas of on-street parallel parking, which connects Elm Street and Rangeline Road Roundabout to 3rd/4th Avenue SE. The Elm Street section included sidewalks, lighting, landscaping and utility installation, which consisted of water, sewer, communications, and stormwater detention and water quality facilities. Elm Street was integrated with the Midtown redevelopment projects and the Monon Boulevard project. Elm Street was formally known as 4th Street South during the bidding and construction of this project.

For any specific questions about this project please contact the City of Carmel Department of Engineering (317)571-2400 .


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96th Street and Priority Way Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

This project reconstructed of the signalized intersection at 96th Street and Priority Way. The project replaced the traffic signal with a 3-leg, multi-lane roundabout. The project was built in phases allowing for the intersection to remain open during construction in Spring 2018. Construction coincided with new interchange construction at 96th and Keystone Parkway.

For any specific questions about this project please contact the City of Carmel Department of Engineering (317)571-2400 .


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96th Street and Keystone Parkway Interchange

Project Status:   COMPLETED

The 96th Street and Keystone interchange project began in 2017 with utilities and ancillary relocations. This project was a major upgrade to one of the heaviestly used intersections in central Indiana. This took Keystone Parkway and put a bridge over 96th street which was replaced with the standard two lane interchange double roundabout below the bridge. Multiple phases of construction and litigation between Indianapolis and Carmel made this a very intense project. Much outreach was preformed by the City of Carmel with area businesses to keep them informaed about ongoing work. In large part connectivity was maintained throughtout the entire project with limited interuption of east/west connectivity.

The project was substantially complete in December of 2019 with additional work done in 2020.

For any specific questions about this project please contact the City of Carmel Department of Engineering (317)571-2400 .


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96th Street and Hazel Dell Parkway Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

This project reconstructed of the signalized intersection at 96th Street and Hazel Dell Parkway. The project replaced the traffic signal with a 4-leg, multi-lane roundabout and better pedestrian connectivity. The project was constructed in phases allowing for 96th Street to remain open, in the Spring of 2018.


For any specific questions about this project please contact the City of Carmel Department of Engineering (317)571-2400 .


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96th Street and Haverstick Road Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

A standard 4 leg, 2 lane roundabout, will be constructed under a complete closure expected to begin on or after April 6, 2020. The closure is expected to last 120 days. Local traffic will be maintained. This work will also complete the road way between this intersection and Keystone Parkway. The detour route will consist of Westfield Blvd., 106th street, and Keystone Parkway

 


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96th Street and Gray Road Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

This project is the reconstruction of the existing signalized intersection at 96th Street and Gray Road. The project will replace the existing traffic signal with a 4-leg, multi-lane roundabout. The project will consist of new curb and gutter, modification to the existing storm system, updating pedestrian connectivity with multi-use paths, updating the existing signage and pavement markings, and new street lighting. The project is anticipated to be built in phases allowing for 96th Street to remain open for east and west vehicular connectivity. There will be limited north south connectivity during construction in Summer of 2019 (75 days +/- weather and utilities depending). Expected partial closures on or after May 28th.

 

This project experienced significant delays as a result of unforseen storgae tanks burried below the surface within the construction limits. This roundabout is expected to be complete mid-October 2019.


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96th Street and Delegates Row Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

This project is the reconstruction of the existing signalized intersection at 96th Street and Delegates Row. The project will replace the existing traffic signal with a 3-leg, multi-lane roundabout. It will consist of new curb and gutter, modification to the existing storm system, updating pedestrian connectivity with multi-use paths, updating the existing signage and pavement markings, and new street lighting. The project is anticipated to be built in phases allowing for 96th Street to remain open for east west connectivity during construction. Anticipated to begin once Gray rd. roundabout is complete in September 2019. This is a partial closure lasting approxamatley 75 days weather and utilities depending.


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106th Street and Towne Road Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

The signalized intersection has been reconstructed to a multi-lane roundabout. The reconstruction included new full-depth pavement, curb and gutter, an enclosed storm water system, shared-use path, and sidewalk with new curb ramps. Two private drives were reconstructed on the east side of Towne Rd, one north of 106th St and one south of 106th St. Access to all properties within the project limits were maintained at all times. An approximately 0.2 acre area of additional right of way was acquired from the northwest quadrant (Riley Farms LLC). Existing drainage system from the 2000 intersection improvement project was perpetuated, using many of the existing storm sewers and manholes. The intersection was closed to thru traffic for the duration of construction, with thru traffic being detoured to Ditch Rd, Shelborne Rd, 96th Street, and 116th Street.

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111th Street and Westfield Blvd Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

This standard roundabout was constructed in spring of 2021. This short 60 day closure,of Westfield Blvd was substatially complete July 2021. 


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116th Street and Towne Road Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

The signalized intersection was reconstructed to become a multi-lane roundabout. The reconstruction included new full depth pavement, curb and gutter, an enclosed storm water system, multi-use path, and curb ramps. Access to all nearby properties were maintained at all times. The intersection was closed to thru traffic for 45 days. During construction thru traffic was detoured via 106th Street, Shelbourne Road, 126th Street, and Ditch Road.

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116th Street and Range Line Road Roundabout

Project Status:   IN PROGRESS

The existing signalized intersection will be fully reconstructed to a multi-lane roundabout. The reconstruction will include new full-depth pavement, curb and gutter, an enclosed storm water system, sidewalk, and a shared-use path with new curb ramps. Any private drives located within the limits of the intersection reconstruction will be replaced. Access to properties within the project limits will be maintained at all times. The intersection will be closed to thru traffic for North / South connectivity, but remain open for East / West connectivity with the option to turn North onto Rangeline from 116th Street for the portions of construction. - anticipated 2022

South of 116th Street a culvert replacement takes place Spring 2022. A section of road needs to be removed to install the new structure. This full closure is anticipated to take 35 days.


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116th Street and Hazel Dell Parkway Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

This intersection is NOW OPEN as a new roundabout intersection. Traffic began traveling through this roundabout on Friday, August 18 at about 9 p.m.


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116th Street and Guilford Road Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

The City of Carmel will convert two intersections from traffic signals to roundabouts this summer – 116th Street and College Avenue and 116th Street and Guilford Road. Both projects will require lane restrictions, but not full closures. Construction is scheduled to begin on or after July 15.

               Construction costs will be about $3.4 million, with 80 percent of that coming from federal funding in the form of a Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement grant. Most of the construction will be completed in 125 days with east-west traffic being maintained on 116th Street at all times.

               Below is the schedule of construction, which could change due to weather or utility relocations.

Phase 1 (approximately 4-10 days) - Preliminary work will take place within the median of 116th Street to allow traffic shifts in future phases.

Phase 2 (approximately 35 days) - The northern portion of both roundabouts will be constructed. There will be full vehicle access to the south, but no vehicle access to the north at Guilford Road or College Avenue. Both east and west traffic will be maintained (one lane in each direction) on the southern portion of the intersections on 116th Street.

Phase 3 (approximately 35 days) - The southern portion of both roundabouts will be constructed. East and west vehicular traffic is maintained on the northern portion of the intersections on 116th Street during this phase. There will be full vehicle access to the north, but no vehicle access to the south at Guilford Road or College Avenue.

Phase 4 (approximately 30 days) - During phase three, there will be full access from the north and the south to 116th Street at both roundabouts but access across the roundabouts will not be available as work in the center of the roundabouts is completed.

Phase 5 (approximately 15 days) - Both intersections will be substantially complete with finishing work taking place during this time. Lane restrictions are possible during this time in order to complete median work along with final asphalt surface and pavement markings.


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116th Street and Gray Road Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

Full Closure of the intersection occurred on August 29, 2016 for approximately 75 days. This project added a roundabout to the intersection of 116th and Gray road. It increased vehicular and alternative (pedestrian/bike) transportation connectivity.

Full closure lasted for roughly 75 days due to major utilities, elevation changes, and the need to shift the project away from CCPR - Flowing Well park which is protected from encroachment due to previously established federal grant / protection of this local asset.

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116th Street and College Avenue Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

– The City of Carmel will convert two intersections from traffic signals to roundabouts this summer – 116th Street and College Avenue and 116th Street and Guilford Road. Both projects will require lane restrictions, but not full closures. Construction is scheduled to begin on or after July 15.

 

Construction costs will be about $3.4 million, with 80 percent of that coming from federal funding in the form of a Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement grant. Most of the construction will be completed in 125 days with east-west traffic being maintained on 116th Street at all times.

 

Below is the schedule of construction, which could change due to weather or utility relocations.

 

Phase 1 (approximately 4-10 days) - Preliminary work will take place within the median of 116th Street to allow traffic shifts in future phases.

 

Phase 2 (approximately 35 days) - The northern portion of both roundabouts will be constructed. There will be full vehicle access to the south, but no vehicle access to the north at Guilford Road or College Avenue. Both east and west traffic will be maintained (one lane in each direction) on the southern portion of the intersections on 116th Street.

 

Phase 3 (approximately 35 days) - The southern portion of both roundabouts will be constructed. East and west vehicular traffic is maintained on the northern portion of the intersections on 116th Street during this phase. There will be full vehicle access to the north, but no vehicle access to the south at Guilford Road or College Avenue.

 

Phase 4 (approximately 30 days) - During phase three, there will be full access from the north and the south to 116th Street at both roundabouts but access across the roundabouts will not be available as work in the center of the roundabouts is completed.

 

Phase 5 (approximately 15 days) - Both intersections will be substantially complete with finishing work taking place during this time. Lane restrictions are possible during this time in order to complete median work along with final asphalt surface and pavement markings.


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116th Street and AAA Way Roundabout

Project Status:   IN PROGRESS


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126th Street and Gray Road Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

This project involved the construction of a two by one lane four legged roundabout at the intersection of 126th Street and Gray Road. Dual lanes entries and exits are along 126th Street while the Gray Road has a single lane entry and exit. There is also a 10' wide shared-use path constructed along the west side of Gray Road throughout the intersection. Old sidewalks within the construction limits were replaced where needed. The roundabout was slightly shifted to the northwest corner to avoid impacts to the properties located in southeast and southwest quadrants of the intersection. The construction limits extended approximately 400 feet along the north, south and east legs of the intersection and 500 feet along the west leg of the intersection. There was also an additional 300 feet of incidental construction along the north side of the east leg for new storm pipe construction.

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136th Street and Gray Road Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

This project involved the construction of a single-lane, three-legged roundabout at the intersection of 136th Street and Gray Road. There is now a 10-foot wide shared-use path constructed along the west side of Gray Road. The roundabout shifted the intersection slightly to the southwest corner to avoid major impacts to properties located along the east side of Gray Road. The existing intersection was signal-controlled.

Detour Routes:

Use 146th Street and 116th Street for east and west traffic. Traffic going north or south should use Keystone Parkway and Hazel Dell Parkway.


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AAA Way and Carmel Drive Roundabout

Project Status:   IN PROGRESS


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136th Street and Carey Road Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

This project added a roundabout to the intersection of Carey Road and 136th Street. It increased vehicular and alternative (pedestrian/bike) transportation connectivity. This project required a full closure for roughly 45 days.

The detour utilized Gray Road and Keystone Parkway to accommodate northbound and southbound traffic and eastbound and westbound traffic used Main Street and 146th street.

Originally scheduled to open November 2, due to utility and weather delay this intersection opened Friday, 12/9.


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Carey Road and Hawthorne Drive Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

This project added a roundabout to the intersection of Carey Road and Hawthorne Drive. It increased vehicular and alternative (pedestrian/bike) transportation connectivity. This project involved full closure for roughly 45 days.

The detour utilized Gray Road and Keystone Parkway to accommodate northbound and southbound traffic and eastbound and westbound traffic used Main Street and 146th street.

Construction and closure: Closed September 19, 2017 and was closed for 45 days.

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Carmel Drive and City Center Drive Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

The Carmel Drive and City Center Drive intersection was converted into a two-lane roundabout including sidewalks, lighting, and landscaping. Minor storm sewer work did occur with new inlets to drain the anticipated additional storm water.

The project consisted of new curb and gutter, modification to the existing storm system, updating pedestrian connectivity with multiuse paths, updating the existing signage and pavement markings, and new street lighting. The improvement was completed in the Spring of 2017.

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Carmel Drive and Old Meridian Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

The City of Carmel's 120th Roundabout was built with contributing moneys from INDOT, and the City of Carmel. This is a traditional 2 lane roundabout with pedestrian crossings, and truck apron in the center. The roundabout was built over the course of 75 days (Weather & Utilities permitting). Expected to begin on or after July 9th, 2018, it was completed with festivities at the end of National Roundabout week on September 22nd 2018.

 

 


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Carmel Drive and Range Line Road Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

Carmel Drive and Range Line Road roundabout was a federally-funded project which started Sunday evening August 14, 2016. The project included utility relocation, curbs and sidewalks.

The intersection was closed until approximately Saturday, November 19, 2016. Access to local businesses in the area remained open throughout the duration of the project.

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Gray Road and Main Street Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

This project involved the construction of a two by one lane, four legged roundabout at the intersection of Main Street and Gray Road. Dual lane entries and exits will be along Main Street while Gray Road will have single lane entry and exit. There will also be a 10 foot wide shared use path constructed along the west side of Gray Road throughout the intersection. The construction limits will extend approximately 500 feet along the west, south, and east legs of the intersection and 600 feet along the north leg of the intersection. The existing intersection is currently a signal-controlled intersection. The project is anticipated to be constructed during a full closure in 2018


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Carmel Drive and Guilford Road Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

The Guilford Road and Carmel Drive intersection was converted into a two-lane roundabout, including sidewalks, lighting, and landscaping. A retaining wall was constructed in the southwest corner of the project to limit impacts to the existing pond. Minor storm sewer work did occur and some existing utilities were relocated. The project was completed Summer of 2017.


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City Center Drive and Guilford Road Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

The Guilford Road and City Center intersection was converted into a two-lane roundabout and now includes sidewalks, lighting, and landscaping. Minor storm sewer work occurred and some existing utilities were relocated. A new shared-use trail was constructed along the west side of Guilford Road up to 126th Street where it ties into the future reconstruction of Guilford Road. The project was completed in the Summer of 2017.


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Carmel Drive and Pennsylvania Street Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

The previous intersection was a four-way signal controlled intersection with left-hand turn lanes. A Federal Highway Safety Funding grant was awarded for the construction of the roundabout at this intersection. The new multi-lane roundabout was constructed to replace the signal-controlled intersection. The project consisted of new curb and gutter, modification to the existing storm water system, updated pedestrian connectivity with multi-use paths, updated the existing signage and pavement markings, and new street lighting. The intersection improvement was constructed in Spring 2020, which began on or after April/1 60 day full closure. Detour maps provided.


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City Center Drive and Pennsylvania Street Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

This project added a roundabout to the intersection of Pennsylvania Street and City Center Drive. It increased vehicular and alternative (pedestrian/bike) transportation connectivity. This project involved full closure for roughly 45 days.

The detour utilized Guilford Road to accommodate northbound and southbound traffic and eastbound and westbound traffic used West Carmel Drive.

Closed September 19, 2017 for 45 days.


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City Center Drive and Range Line Road Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

This project converted the existing 4-way signalized intersection at City Center Drive and Range Line Road to a two lane roundabout. The roundabout tied into the overall Range Line Road corridor improvements to the north and south and features a dedicated bicycle lane separated from traffic along with updated pedestrian facilities. The project extended approximately 300 feet to the west along City Center Drive, and approximately 400 feet to the east along  then 126th Street, now called City Center Dr.. The project consisted of new curb and gutter, modification to the existing stormwater system, updating pedestrian connectivity with multiuse paths, updating the existing signage and pavement markings, and new street lighting. The intersection was not closed entirely, but rather was built in phases allowing for vehicular connectivity. The roundabout was scheduled to be closed on or after April 24th, 2017 and was completed July 1st of 2017.


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Executive Drive and Range Line Road Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

The existing signalized intersection was fully reconstructed to a multi-lane roundabout. The reconstruction included new full-depth pavement, curb and gutter, an enclosed storm water system, sidewalk, and a cycle track with new curb ramps. Any private drives located within the limits of the intersection reconstruction were replaced. Access to properties within the project limits were maintained at all times. Once completed, the roundabout allowed access to the then yet constructed Proscenium project (at the old Party Time Rental site). The intersection was closed to thru traffic for the duration of construction. The project was completed in the Fall of 2017.


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Carmel Meadows - Drainage

Project Status:   COMPLETED


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Carmel View - Drainage

Project Status:   COMPLETED


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Cedar Pointe - Drainage

Project Status:   COMPLETED


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Mid Range Line Road - City Center to Elm Street

Project Status:   IN PROGRESS

Re-fit of this section of Range Line Road to fall in conformity with the Range Line Road plan completed to the south of City Center. Landscaped median, pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure, well defined vehicular coridors.


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Crooked Stick and Crooked Stick West - Drainage

Project Status:   IN PROGRESS


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Foster Estates - Detention

Project Status:   COMPLETED


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Green Tree Estates - Drainage

Project Status:   COMPLETED


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Jordan Woodlands - Drainage

Project Status:   COMPLETED


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Monon Swale/Regional Detention

Project Status:   IN PROGRESS

Regrading the swaile along the monon trail from 116th to Gradle Drive. this is a project to remove invasive species as well as dredge and regrade swaile to improve drainage in the area.


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Old Town - alleys, parking, water quality

Project Status:   COMPLETED

The City of Carmel began the construction of new, environmentally friendly pervious alleys behind certain properties in the Arts & Design District, as a way to improve access to parking, street connectivity and storm water management. Using existing right-of-way already owned by the City, the project involved construction of a detention area for storm water to collect under the pavement before infiltrating into the ground. This improved water quality and resolved storm water concerns in and around residential properties.

The project gave both existing and new residents rear access to their properties that they do not currently have, giving them potential options for parking. "It is important to remember that there was no master drainage plan when Old Town was originally developed. The City has already invested a lot in the construction of curbs, sidewalks and storm drains. This new project will continue to improve our ability to handle storm water runoff as it makes its way to Cool Creek, which is an issue of great importance to the whole city," said Mayor Jim Brainard.

Preliminary surveys and design are already underway. Construction began in the Summer of 2017 and is complete. Alleys running north and south, were planned for certain areas between north Range Line Road and 3rdAvenues NE and 1st and 5th Streets NE. There was one alley planned for a short distance between 1st and 2nd Avenues NW and 1st and 2nd Streets NW. See attached map for general project outlines.


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Range Line Road - Drainage

Project Status:   COMPLETED


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Village of Mount Carmel - Drainage

Project Status:   IN PROGRESS


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Wilson Village - Drainage

Project Status:   COMPLETED


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Range Line Road streetscape with on-street parking

Project Status:   COMPLETED

Range Line Road is a major north-south thoroughfare that runs through the heart of Carmel and the City's redevelopment areas, such as Midtown, City Center and the future Proscenium project. The road is two-lanes wide in the Arts & Design District, expands to four lanes and a middle turn lane from 4th Street to 116th Street. The City has budgeted an estimated $13.5 million in funds from its most recent construction bond issue to pay for a project that will make the street less congested and more safe for both motorists and pedestrians.


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111th Street and Spring Mill Road Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

The project includes constructing a boulevard section with sidewalk or multi-use path from 106th Street to Main Street along Spring Mill Road, in conjunction with a roundabout at 111th Street. The project begins at the south approach of a proposed roundabout at 111th Street and extends north to the existing roundabout at Main Street (131st Street). No modifications will be made to the 116th Street, Dorset Boulevard and Main Street roundabouts. A multi-use path will be extended south from the proposed roundabout at 111th Street to the existing roundabout at 106th Street along the east side of Spring Mill Road. Finally, modifications to separate vehicular and pedestrian traffic will be made to Hamilton County Bridges No. 31 and 32 over Williams Creek. Construction began in Spring 2017 and is currently scheduled to continue in the Spring of 2018.


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106th Street and Hazel Dell Roundabout

Project Status:   IN PROGRESS


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4th Avenue SE and Main Street Road Roundabout

Project Status:   IN PROGRESS


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Gray Road multi-use path construction

Project Status:   COMPLETED


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3rd Avenue SW and City Center Drive Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

This is a typical two lane roundabout that began in May 2018 with a complete closure of the intersection expected to last until it is reopened to traffic approximately July 1st. A partial Closure was scheduled for September 4th - 7th followed by a full closure September 10th - 14th to finish lane marking, finish coat of asphalt, and raised cross walks. The roundabout was completed in September 2018.

 

Detours include Range Line Road, Guilford Road, Main Street and Carmel Drive.

 


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Walnut Street and Range Line Road Roundabout

Project Status:   IN PROGRESS

This is a standard single lane roundabout project that will convert the intersection of Walnut Street and Range Line Road. Work will continue to the North and South with a road diet and medians. This roundabout will also become a future connection point to MidTown from Range Line Road. Pedestrian and bike connectivity will be increased to fit in with the new Range Line Road theme.

UPDATE: This project is expected to start on or after July 12th with a full closure anticipated to last 60 days.


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Range Line Road and Medical Drive Roundabout

Project Status:   IN PROGRESS

A standard roundabout will replace the exisiting signalized intersection. Details of this project are yet to be determined. This project is being bid in Summer of 2021 with hopes of constructing the roundabout in the Spring of 2022. More information to follow.

For additional information please reach Jkirsh@carmel.in.gov


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Guilford Road and Main Street Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

Road reconstruction on Guilford Road from 390 feet north of City Center Drive to 220 feet north of West Main Street. Also includes construction of a roundabout at Main Street, with termini 320 feet west and 230 feet east of Guilford Road along Main Street in the City of Carmel. This is a standard single lane roundabout as we see much throughout the city of Carmel. This project also includes a new pedestrian pathway along the west side of Guilford Road and new sidewalks along the east side. Construction Date anticipated to begin on or after October 7th 2019 and expected to be complete by mid December.

 


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116th Street bridge and culvert replacement between Towne Road and Spring Mill Road

Project Status:   COMPLETED

On or after June 4, before the rush hour, city contractors will close 116th Street between Towne Road and Spring Mill Road to all but local traffic for approximately 65 days. This closure is necessary to complete two projects - the replacement of a bridge just east of Clay Center Road and a culvert over Williams Creek, just west of Ditch Road. The detour route uses 106th Street. The anticipated completion date of these projects is August 8, weather permitting. The map below indicates the closure and detour route.


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Ironwood

Project Status:   COMPLETED


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Zotec Drive and Illinois Street Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

Single lane roundabout intersection the boulevard at Illionois Street and Zotec Drive. complete with hardscape and landscaping. expected to be built in 45 days.


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111th Street and College Avenue Roundabout

Project Status:   IN PROGRESS

This standard single lane roundabout is expected to begin construction on or after October 10th, 2021. Enhanced pedestrian connectivity, crosswalks and path will be connected to this new roundabout. Full closure of the intersection is expected to last 45 day +/- weather, utilities, or unforeseen circumstances depending.


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111th Street and Lexington Drive Roundabout

Project Status:   COMPLETED

This standard roundabout is anticipated to be constructed in Fall 2020.


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