Cost cuts said to reduce safety improvements on Indiana highway

11/1/2007 | FortWayne.com

Cost cuts in Indiana could mean that a project to rebuild U.S. 24 between New Haven, Ind., and Toledo, Ohio, would make the road only marginally safer than it is now, says New Haven Mayor Terry McDonald. Three elevated interchanges were previously planned on the highway, but under new plans, at-grade crossings will replace the interchanges, saving as much as $80 million.

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