The Louisville & Indiana Railroad and CSX Railroad have revised a schedule for closing crossings as upgrades continue to the rail line between Seymour and Indianapolis.
Crews from R.J. Corman Railroad Group of Nicholasville, Kentucky, have been working to install high-speed rail line through Bartholomew county since the weekend of April 22.
The latest schedule, announced Thursday morning, still may change, said Andrea Janka, spokeswoman for Safety Services & Supply Co., Lima, Ohio, which is handling safety and traffic aspects of the project.
Today: The railroads are closing crossings serving Kiel Brothers, Homer Arnholt and Meek
Saturday: County Road 550N is scheduled to close through Monday afternoon or Tuesday morning, along with crossings serving Dunlap and Industrial Drive.
Sunday: Crossings serving Kiel Brothers, Homer Arnholt, Meek, Dunlap and Industrial Drive will be closed. The crossing at Shelby Materials is no longer scheduled to be closed because a required pipe has not arrived.
Monday: County Road 550N will be paved and reopened Monday afternoon or Tuesday morning. Tannehill Road’s crossing will close.
Tuesday: Crossings at Mill Street, County Road 700N and County Road 800N will close.
Wednesday: Tannehill Road’s crossing and possibly 700N will be closed
Thursday: Crossings at Mill Street and County Road 800N will be closed.