National Pause: INDOT Joins Federal Offices in Columbus Day Closure, But They’re Still Just a Call Away


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INDIANAPOLIS — As the United States halts to honor both Columbus and Indigenous Peoples Day, a myriad of federal buildings, including the post office, have drawn their blinds. 

Yet, in the midst of this nationwide observance, the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) ensures Hoosiers aren’t left stranded. 

While their offices join the nationwide closure, they’ve emphasized 24/7 access to their customer service. Roadside concerns can be swiftly reported through their dedicated portal at or by dialing 855-463-6848. 


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