Public Meetings and Outreach
PUBLIC MEETINGS AND OUTREACH
INDOT and KYTC are committed to engaging key stakeholders during the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documentation process for the I-69 Ohio River Crossing study. The Project Team seeks to proactively educate key stakeholders about the NEPA process and solicit their feedback during the process to help lead to an informed decision. Through public involvement efforts, INDOT, KYTC and the Project Team seek to build relationships with key stakeholders throughout the life of the project.
Para solicitar los materiales del proyecto I-69 ORX en español, llame al (317) 232-6601 o envíe un correo electrónico.
The I-69 ORX Project Team is hosting a number of Community Conversations in April and early May. These are good opportunities to answer residents’ questions and hear their thoughts on the preliminary alternatives, options for the existing US 41 bridges and the role tolling is expected to play in funding the project. See the list of Community Conversations
Educating residents and collecting public input is very important for the I-69 Ohio River Crossing project. The Project Team will host public meetings at key milestones. See materials from ORX public open houses
The I-69 ORX project has several advisory committees to provide feedback to the Project Team. The links below provide additional information about each committee.
Environmental Justice (EJ) ensures the fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people regardless of race or income. Click here to learn more about I-69 ORX’s EJ outreach approach.
In an effort to keep the public better informed, the I-69 ORX Project Team is willing to attend meetings held by other organizations to provide project updates.
As a recipient of federal funds, the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is required to develop a procedure forgathering statistical data regarding participants and beneficiaries of its federal-aid highway programs and activities (23CFR 200.9 (b)(4)), INDOT is distributing this voluntary survey to fulfill that requirement to gather information about the populations affected by a proposed project.