INDOT to remove traffic signal on U.S. 40 and Victor Street in Marion County

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Transportation will remove the traffic signal at U.S. 40 and Victor Street in Marion County.

The signal was servicing the entrance to the K-Mart. After the business closed, it was determined the signal was no longer needed. 

Crews will remove the signal on Monday, November 4 at 8 a.m.

There will be intermittent lane restrictions on U.S. 40 in both directions during the removal. Crews are scheduled to be finished around 5 p.m. the same day. 

The intersection will become a two way stop on Victor St.

INDOT will construct a new signal just east of this intersection at Sigsbee Street. That project is scheduled for construction in 2021. Any traffic heading to a potential new business at the former K-Mart site will be able to use the new signal. 

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