Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) engineers recently met with Greensburg officials and the city’s contractor for a $282,029 project aimed at replacing over one-thousand street signs across Greensburg.
INDOT Spokesman Harry Maginity says that Shambaugh & Son, of Fort Wayne, plans to begin installing regulatory, warning and informational sheet signs, including more than 500 STOP signs, in mid-August. He says that installations should take approximately three months to complete.
Maginity says that the Federal Highway Administration will fund 90-percent of this project, as it qualifies as a Highway Safety Improvement Plan. He adds that the city of Greensburg is paying the remaining 10-percent of the project’s costs.