Interstate 70 is a east-west highway across Central Indiana. Much of this runs along the same corridor of the Old National Road.
Indiana is one of four states that have started to study a propsed set of lanes desegnated for trucks. Ohio, Illinois, and Missouri are the other states. This is designated as the "Corridor of the Future". (14 April 2009 "Indiana plans truck-only I-70 highway study" WSBT-TV South Bend, IN) While in Indiana, I-70 is multi-plexed.
I-70 is multi-plexed with... ...U.S. Rt. 35, from the Indiana/Ohio State Line to M.P. 149 near Richmond.
Through Downtown Indianapolis, Interstate 65/70 was closed for a major re-construction project in 2003. This had both Interstate 65 and Interstate 70 re-routed around the City of Indianapolis, via Interstate 465. Various warning signs on Westbound Interstate 70.
In Indiana, Interstate 70 crosses the following interstates.