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.
This page covers Interstate 69's southwestern extension from Indianapolis, into the Evansville area. I can only cover what has been completed, however. As of January 2022, Interstate 69 has been completed from Evansville to Martinsville, but the section from Martinsville to Indianapolis is still under development. Once Interstate 69 has been completed through Indiana, I will update this page to have complete coverage. If you want to see content portions of Interstate 69 northeast of Indianapolis instead, click here.
Exits on this page will start at the south end and work their way northward, to correspond to the national numbering convention for mile markers and exit numbers.
The first bit of Interstate 69 in Indiana comes as US Route 41 finishes crossing the Ohio River out of Kentucky, meeting a cloverleaf interchange where a freeway starts heading east before curving north. That freeway is the first piece of Interstate 69. To drivers on Interstate 69 heading southbound, this interchange is presented as Exit 0...
Exit 3 is to Green River Road; the first several interchanges are assumed to provide access to points in Evansville...
Exit 5 is where Interstate 69 curves northward around the east side of Evansville, and the ramp here leads to Indiana Route 662 and Covert Avenue:
Exit 7A is the first half of a cloverleaf, leading to eastbound Indiana Route 66, also known as the Lloyd Expressway:
Exit 7B is the latter half of the cloverleaf, leading to westbound Indiana Route 66, also known as the Lloyd Expressway:
Exit 9 is a fountain interchange that leads to Indiana Route 62, also knowns as Morgan Avenue:
Exit 10 is another fountain interchange, and this one connects to Lynch Road: