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The Indiana Department of Transportation announces a complete closure on State Road 57 near Petersburg for a culvert pipe replacement.

Beginning on or around Monday, July 12, INDOT maintenance crews will close S.R. 57 about a mile east of the junction of S.R. 61. The operation requires a full pavement cut for excavation and the replacement of a drainage culvert.

Work is scheduled to last for about a day depending upon weather conditions. Typically, crews will begin the project after morning peak traffic hours and will complete the process before the evening peak traffic hours. Local traffic will have access up to the point of closure, but all through traffic should use the official detour following S.R. 56/61, I-69 and U.S. 50.

INDOT urges drivers to slow down and stay alert near crews.

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