After years of collaboration between the City of Fishers, City of Noblesville, Hamilton County and Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) to address the traffic congestion and public safety challenges along the State Road (SR) 37 corridor, plans are underway to rehabilitate the corridor from 126th Street to 146th Street.
SR 37 is a four-lane, north-south corridor serving the residents of Hamilton County, the City of Fishers and the City of Noblesville. It is currently owned and operated by INDOT. More than 50,000 vehicles travel the corridor each day, and they are regulated at each of the cross streets with traffic signals that are becoming more overloaded as time passes.
This project will significantly improve the safety and efficiency across this corridor. The project will replace signalized intersections of SR 37 at 126th, 131st, 141st, and 146th Streets with grade separated interchanges, as well as convert the signalized intersection at 135th Street to a right-in right-out configuration. The resulting free flow traffic on SR 37 between I-69 to the south and Greenfield Avenue to the north will reduce congestion in the SR 37 corridor and improve traffic flow on each of the S-Line roadways.
There are numerous socio-economic benefits to the project as well, including:
- community connectivity
- significant safety improvement
- reduced noise pollution
- reduced user costs over time
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Read about the purpose of SR 37 mobility study.
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The final design of the SR 37 Improvement Project will be determined over the next two to three years as environmental and design studies are completed with opportunity for public input.