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Fort Wayne/ Allen County

Landscaping causes delays on Clinton

Starting about 7:30 a.m. Monday, the Indiana Department of Transportation will require brief, intermittent, alternating-lane restrictions on U.S. 27/Clinton Street between Eastbrook Drive and Elizabeth Street just north of downtown.

The restrictions are due to landscaping work on the shoulders as part of the U.S. 27/Clinton Street and Spy Run Creek Bridge project.

Motorists should be aware of flaggers and/or arrowboards and barrels. The work is expected to be finished by 5 p.m. the same day, weather permitting.


I-69 traffic to halt for utility work

Starting about 9 a.m. Tuesday, INDOT will briefly stop traffic on Interstate 69 near the mile-marker 265 (a mile north of Exit 264, Indiana 18.

Traffic will be stopped to allow removal of one AEP utility line and the hanging of three new utility lines across the interstate.

Indiana State Police will assist with the rolling stop, which is expected to last about 15 minutes. The work is scheduled to be complete by 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.

Traffic-restriction information is available at or by calling the Fort Wayne district at 1-866-227-3555.