Indianapolis gets new signs to direct Super Bowl traffic

Highway signs around Indianapolis are getting makeovers to help direct Super Bowl 2012 visitors to downtown attractions.

The Indiana Department of Transportation says updated signs will make it easier for out-of-town visitors to find landmarks
such as Lucas Oil Stadium and the Indianapolis airport.

INDOT and city crews have already installed an updated
sign for one interstate exit, with the new sign denoting the exit as a way to get to nearby Meridian Street instead of the
lesser-known McCarty Street. Meridian Street will lead visitors to bars, restaurants, the stadium and other attractions.

Indianapolis will host thousands of visitors for the 2012 Super Bowl. City officials expect the game to bring in more
than $300 million.

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