Last week, officials from the Indiana Department of Transportation and various stakeholders gathered to celebrate the ribbon cutting of the final leg of the Heavy Haul Transportation Corridor (HHTC) near Louisville, Kentucky. Primera’s Brad Minnick joined in the celebration.
The HHTC in Clark County was designed to provide continuous connectivity for transporting heavy loads between River Ridge Commerce Center and the Ports of Indiana at Jeffersonville via the interchange at State Road 265/Old Salem Road. The HHTC meets the current needs and future demands of expanding commercial and industrial development in the region.
Primera served as a subcontractor on the $14 million, two-lane project. It is designed to withstand vehicles weighing up to 134,000 pounds.
The Indiana Economic Development Corporation, Ports of Indiana, Kentuckiana Regional Planning and Development Agency, Clark County, Jeffersonville Redevelopment Commission and River Ridge Development Authority are partnering with the Indiana Department of Transportation to develop this federally funded project.