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," 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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