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John H. Leckie

Statewide Materials and Tests Director

Indiana Department of Transportation

HQ Phone:  (317) 232-2385

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Indiana Department of Transportation

302 W. Washington Street Room E334

Indianapolis, Indiana, 46204

United States

Company Description

The mission of the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is to plan, build, maintain and operate a superior transportation system enhancing safety, mobility and economic growth. Governor Mitch Daniels' Major Moves highway program is realizing INDOT's mi...more

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INDOT


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Fort Wayne-Allen County Economic Development Alliance

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John Leckie, Indiana Department of Transportation


http://www.wane.com/dpp/news/local/dawkins-and-101-now-a-four-way-stop

"We felt that existing controls could be refined and were not quite as adequate as what we wanted," John Leckie, the district capital program management director for INDOT, said.
You're never going to prevent everything, but we can do a lot to mitigate a situation that may not be as desirable as we want," Leckie said. We look at similar situations throughout the district and our history allows us to make judgment calls and decide what we feel is an appropriate treatment," Leckie said.


http://www.goshennews.com/local/local_story_079103129.html

According to John Leckie, product manager at INDOT, the two-mile long project is designed to straighten out Ind. 15, eliminating a stretch of curves north of U.S. 20.Also, a portion of U.S. 20 will be expanded to four lanes, with the hopes of helping alleviate truck traffic through downtown Bristol.The $8.3 million project, which was initially discussed in 1983 and is being paid for through Major Moves, is going to get started in the next couple of months. Along with funding Leckie said that some other snags - including the clearing out of some wetlands and trees - have kept the project from taking place sooner rather than later."Major Moves has given us the opportunity to finally complete the project," Leckie said.Leckie said the total project is expected to be done during this "construction season."


INDOT sets hearing on intersection

John Leckie, development engineer with INDOT, said that his agency has determined that the improvements are warranted and plans are moving forward. According to a statement from INDOT, new southbound right- and left-turn lanes will be added to U.S.-224 and the alignment of Etna Avenue and Riverside Drive will be corrected.New traffic lights will be installed.


Huntington's truck traffic: INDOT will help, but won't lead

City and county leaders met Monday morning with John Leckie, development engineer for the Fort Wayne district of the Indiana Department of Transportation.The discussion was seen by all involved as a first step toward a resolution of Huntington's traffic problems. Barton and Leckie have been discussing the issues for several months, even while the city was bringing forth its proposals to take truck traffic out of Huntington and take it down Broadway.Leckie said any plans for rerouting truck traffic would have to originate with local governments.If anything was done, he said, any alternatives must be up to state specifications. "We cannot detour trucks onto a second-rate facility," Leckie said.Any new roadway, he said, "must be able to handle the truck loadings." Leckie said the amount of state involvement in a new route would be limited."The state's not looking to build bypasses," he said. But Leckie also noted that the traffic problem in Huntington was long-term problem that will require long-term solutions. "We'll be willing to talk to you about any idea you may have, but the state will not be the generators of any proposal," he said.


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