Spy Run opened around 10:00 Friday morning, hours ahead of schedule. The road was closed for most of the week as crewed tried to figure out what caused a sudden ripple in the pavement. The closure impacted businesses and gave many motorists headaches. Lorie Seivt, the Day Manager at Bills City Grill, says “It has affected us tremendously. We have a lot of people who come in here from Down Town, and the after work crowd and they didnt stop at all because it was so inconvenient.” Bills Grill is located on Spy Run just behind where road blocks were set up. They say they lost money this week because their customers couldnt get to them. Now that the road is open theyre seeing visitors trickling back in Seivt says “Today we had a really busy good lunch. A lot of people called to see if it was open and said they were coming in if they could get through.” City officials still have no explanation for what caused the dip in the road. Rachel Blakeman, the Public Information Officer for the city of Fort Wayne says “We still dont have a cause, not sure how much more we will have on that. But we know it was not any problem with a water main break or sewer line problem.” This is one of three emergency road repairs this year. We asked city officials if drivers should be concerned about the frequency of road repairs. Blakeman says “Drivers can rest assured we are aware of our infrastructure. We know the needs of it and we are working to prevent problems before they happen.” Spy Run has been repaired back to I.N.D.O.T. standards. Toni Mayo, the Communications Director for Indiana Department of Transportation says “The road was constructed in the exact same thickness as prior, the curb was also constructed at the same height and design, and the road was compacted to the exact same density.” Drivers should not notice any difference in the repaired part of Spy Run. If you drive down Spy Run you will notice some orange cones still out, thats because the side-walk still needs to be finished. A curb repair is scheduled for next week. That might cause one lane to be closed, but two lanes will remain open. The road repair cost the city $26,220. City officials say the expense might be shared with the Indiana Department of Transportation since that stretch of road is a state highway.