South split reopens early

The stretch of Interstates 65 and 70 through downtown Indianapolis known as the south split reopened Thursday after closing in early September so the roadway could be lowered under seven bridges. The opening beat the completion deadline by 15 days. The contractor on the $12 million project is eligible for a $60,000-a-day bonus for each day it beat the deadline.

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