Twenty years ago a scheme was hatched to connect Evansville to Bloomington to Indianapolis. The result of this vision was the I-69 corridor. The I-69 corridor will ultimately extend from Mexico to Canada making it one of the primary north south arteries in the entire United States. I-69 is funded by a mixture of federal and state monies. The state contribution came mostly from lease of the Indiana Toll road. Most of these funds have been utilized for the construction of previous sections. Section Five will be financed using a public private partnership (p3). A P3 is a contractual arrangment between the State of Indiana and a private entity that creates financial support for the road project.
Almost all of the property used to install I-69 has been acquired by the use of eminent domain. Hundred of properties stretching from Evansville all of the way to Bloomington have been condemned in the name of progress. The Indiana eminent domain attorneys at Sever Storey have represented dozens of landowners in eminent domain and produced millions of dollars in additional just compensation for their clients.
Sections 1 through 3 from Evansville to Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center are now open to traffic and Section 4 from Crane to Bloomington slated to open by the end of 2014. Currently the State of Indiana is beginning to acquire properties using eminent domain.
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