Designated as a Statewide Mobility Corridor pilot project, this corridor calls for a new, limited access, 4-lane freeway, and approximately 37 new bridges. Interchanges are planned for US 31’s junctions with SR 26, CR 100 S, US 35/SR 22, Touby Pike, and CR 400 N. Corridor construction will begin in 2009 and will be complete in 2015. The CR 100 S portion of the overall project was funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and includes the first mainline section of US 31. It was also the first dual alternate pavement contract letting by INDOT, with concrete and asphalt pavement options. As the primary consultant on the design team, American Structurepoint is responsible for all aspects of this multifaceted project, including coordination, plan production, environmental mitigation, and INDOT intends to have the US 31 Kokomo Corridor open to traffic by the end of 2013.