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RebuildIndy is an initiative to restore deteriorating streets, sidewalks and bridges as well as address neighborhood drainage and flooding issues. This investment continues to transform neighborhoods throughout Indianapolis.

These projects create local jobs and increase public safety for neighborhoods and residents, which supports Mayor Hogsett's commitment to make Indianapolis a more livable city.

Broad Ripple Area Traffic Plan

Beginning in June 2016, the Indianapolis Department of Public Works (DPW), will begin the Broad Ripple Area Traffic Plan.  This plan is a pilot program created in coordination with Broad Ripple Village Association (BRVA), and neighborhood input received at public information meetings in the Broad Ripple area and a neighborhood survey. 

The goal of this pilot program is to allow a determination of its effectiveness in improving safety.  The pilot program will effect  Zone 1 (See map below.) with following changes:
  • The installation of “No Parking Here to Corner” signs which will provide parking restrictions up to 30 feet at intersections. 
  • Removal of parking lanes near residential areas. 
  • The addition of all-way stop signs at the following intersections: Paxton Place and Guilford Avenue; Carrollton Avenue and 60th Street.