Diverging diamond interchange will be first in Ind.

The first diverging diamond interchange in Indiana could be completed in 2014, according to this piece. The diverging diamond interchange stops "frequent traffic backups in a high-traffic area" and is safer and less costly to build than cloverleaf or diamond interchanges. "The design is not superior in every situation, but there are a lot of benefits to the design that can make it the preferred interchange option," said Gilbert Chlewicki, a Maryland engineer.

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