City officials have announced that several infrastructure projects are being worked on in the Haughville area on the near Westside.
The investment, officials say, will result in improved roads and connectivity through new curbs, sidewalks and accessible ramps.
The construction in Haughville is scheduled to wrap up this fall. Improvements will feature new curbs and sidewalks, accessible ramps and street resurfacing for Haugh Street from 10th Street to Walnut Street, Ketchum Street from 10th Street to Walnut Street, and Warman Street from 10th Street to Walnut Street.
Projects also include resurfacing, curbs, sidewalks and accessible ramps for Tibbs Avenue from Washington Street to 16th Street.
The citywide RebuildIndy initiative focuses on restoring deteriorating thoroughfares, residential streets, sidewalks and bridges, as well as addressing neighborhood drainage and flooding issues and demolishing unsalvageable abandoned houses posing a public safety threat.
For a complete project list of the RebuildIndy investment to date, visit www.indy.gov/rebuildindy.