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Traffic advisory: Run for the Wall motorcycle ride coming Tuesday

Posted by on Monday, May 20th, 2019 @ 10:45 am.

GIBSON CO., Ind. - Indiana State Police have released an advisory about a potential traffic situation as a motorcycle ride for a good cause comes through Gibson County in southwestern Indiana.

ISP says that tomorrow afternoon, Tuesday, May 21, several hundred motorcycles participating in Run for the Wall will be entering Indiana via I-64 at approximately 2:45 p.m. They are traveling from Ontario, Calif., to Washington D.C. Troopers will escort the motorcycles and support vehicles while traveling through Indiana.

The group is expected to arrive at Flying J Truck Stop located on US 41 at Warrenton Road at approximately 3:15 p.m. When the motorcycles approach the area, both north and southbound lanes of US 41 will be shut down at Warrenton Road and just south of I-64 to allow the motorcycles to exit the interstate and to enter the Flying J parking lot safely.

At approximately 4:00 p.m., US 41 southbound at Warrenton Road will be shut down again to allow these motorcycles and support vehicles to enter US 41 and I-64 safely. US 41 northbound will remain open. I-64 eastbound will be shut down just west of US 41 to allow the motorcycles and support vehicles to enter the interstate safely. I-64 westbound will remain open. Troopers will once again escort the motorcycles to Corydon, where they will be spending the night.

Important - If you plan to watch the caravan of motorcycles, please ensure you park in a safe location. Parking along the interstate system is not allowed. Many people will be standing on area overpasses to show their support. Please be aware that anything accidently dropped onto the interstate while motorcycles are traveling through may create serious issues.

Motorists should expect brief delays at approximately 3:15 and again at approximately 4:00 p.m.

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