Transport professionals planning of conducting car shipping services along a six-mile stretch of Interstate 70 heading into downtown Indianapolis will need to look at alternate routes to make it to destination on time. The latest reports from state highway officials indicates that all lanes on I-465 on the west side of Indianapolis to its downtown junction with I-65 will be closed to traffic for a twelve hour period, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., one day this week. According to sources, about 8,500 volunteers will be planting trees, shrub and flowers along the highway, and making the area a little greener for all. Organizers are hoping to make the gateway into the city from the Indianapolis International Airport look better and planting a few trees and shrubs will certainly accomplish this.
This news is going to make a change of plans necessary for the car transporter that was planning on using this route to take customers vehicles to destination in a reliable, efficient, and cost-effective manner on the day in question. This isn't necessarily going to mean major changes in services for any firms planning on using this route, and they do know ahead of time, so they can make the necessary changes to their business plans. Hopefully, they get the trees, shrubs, and flowers planted as quickly as possible, and only close this route for a minimum amount of time. Once they get the job done the area will look a lot better, when driving through, and America will be a little greener, and this is the best part of this news.
We certainly need to plant trees, shrubs, and flowers to make the areas surrounding vehicle transport roads look better, but it might be a good idea to make this idea part of the original plans when putting the roads and highways in place. This is probably going to save time and money, and keep the transports flowing better along the roads as America enters the second decade of the century of the environment.