Interstate 69 in Indiana is planned to draw a diagonal from Indiana's northeast corner to its southwest corner. The section in the northeast half of the state, from Indianapolis to Fort Wayne into Michigan, has been completed for decades. A massive extension to the southwest is planned, and much of the highway from Indianapolis to Evansville is completed. However, the section from Bloomington to Indianapolis is still under construction. Overall, the route, when completed, will extend from Evansville north past Petersburg, Washington, Bloomington, and Martinsville, to meet Interstate 465 on the south side of Indianapolis; after joining the Interstate 465 beltway around Indianapolis, the long-standing Interstate 69 northeast of there keeps going as it has for decades, to Fort Wayne and the Michigan border just west of Indiana's northeast corner.