The Indiana Department of Transportation says things are shaping up at the brand new Welcome Center on southbound I-69 in Steuben County.
INDOT officials say it will be opening later this fall. A sneak peak of the renovated buildings near Pigeon Creek on I-69 can be seen on our social media page.
The facility is reportedly “one of a kind” and promises to be a “great showcase of Hoosier history” as motorists enter Indiana from the north.
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