Virtual (Online) Public Meeting

Meeting Registration (now closed)

Register for this live virtual meeting at the Zoom link below. You will then receive an email including the link to join the meeting.

For those who are directly impacted by the study, you can also register for one of four in-person public meeting time slots at the Eventbrite link below. Due to social distancing restrictions, each is limited to 15 people, so be sure to register in advance.  Walk-ins are discouraged.

Community Advisory Committee

Information about CAC XXXXX

Project Introduction

The US 30 corridor in Fort Wayne has experienced an increase in vehicle delay and corridor crash rates and has been identified as an area of need for transportation improvements. US 30 is a major connector from Chicago to Fort Wayne and has experienced multiple fatal accidents over the decade. To address the safety and mobility concerns, a proposed grade separated interchange was analyzed at the intersection of US 30 and Kroemer Road. Due to constrained conditions at Kroemer Road, the US 30 and Flaugh Road intersection was also analyzed for a potential location for grade separation. In addition to the interchange analysis further planning efforts for the corridor were recognized and the intersection of US 30 with O’Day Road, Stahlhut Road, and Felger Road/Leesburg Road were analyzed for intersection improvements. Effective alternatives at the identified intersections are expected to alleviate capacity and crash concerns as the city of Fort Wayne continues to develop and grow.  

The purpose of the US 30 Corridor Study is to successfully plan a transportation improvement strategy that best reduces congestion, improves safety, and accommodates future corridor growth at the intersections of US 30 while minimizing impacts to environmentally-sensitive areas and supporting opportunities for economic development.  

Meeting Purpose and Goals

The purpose of this open house is to share results of the study that have been completed thus far. The information and comments received will be used and considered to continue developing alternatives and select a preferred alternative for a future corridor selection.  The presented alternatives have been evaluated based on their performance relative to a number of engineering and community-driven performance criteria. The study team is seeking comment from the public regarding the results of the preliminary analysis and potential corridor performance.

Share Your Input

The project team invites you to share your comments and views regarding the Plainfield Corridor Study. You can provide input in three ways:

1 Join the Live Session

Join the live Virtual Public Meeting (register here) and provide comments during the Q&A segment.

2 Join an In-Person Session

Join an In-Person Public Meeting session (register here) and provide comments during the Q&A segment.

3 Complete the Online Comments Form

In the form below, provide any concerns, observations and/or thoughts you have about the study. Your input will be directed to the project team for evaluation and consideration.

Contact Us

Customer Service Adam Burns, PE
Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc.


8790 Purdue Road
Indianapolis, IN 46268

Phone: (317) 298-4500