Main Street Roundabout
The Town of Whitestown has a strong commitment to providing a safe and efficient road network to reflect the growth the community has seen over the past several years.
One of the projects includes the construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Albert S. White Drive and Main Street. The intersection is currently open to traffic, as well as the Tartan Trail entrance to Walker Farms. Landscaping work is expected to be complete by the second week of May.
The addition of a HAWK signal near the entrance of the new library will happen over the Summer.
The project includes the reconstruction of the four approaches and the existing two-way stop-controlled intersection at CR 400 S (Albert S. White Drive) and CR 650 E (Main Street) to a multilane roundabout.
The landscaping of the roundabout will include rough-cut limestone blocks surrounded by shrubs and grasses.
Frequently Asked Questions
What detour should I take when the intersection is closed?
The planned detour will utilize CR 500 S to the south, CR 575 E to the west, CR 300 S/Pierce St to the north. Albert S White south of CR 300 S/Pierce St will be open only down to CR 700 E. View the map here.
The north and south entrances to the Walker Farms neighborhood will still be open to local traffic.
What does the project include?
The project includes the reconstruction of the four approaches and the existing two-way stop-controlled intersection at CR 400 S (Albert S. White Drive) and CR 650 E (Main Street) to a multilane roundabout. Work also includes driveway and shared-use path construction, new stormsewer facilities, detention pond, and roundabout lighting.
In addition, two HAWK signals will be installed – one on Albert S. White Drive and one on Main Street (see locations here). A HAWK signal (High-Intensity Activated crossWalK) is a traffic control device used to stop road traffic and allow pedestrians to cross safely.