The first phase of a $7.3 million project on S.R. 37 in Martinsville begins at 7 p.m. Friday.
A judge ordered the Bureau of Motor Vehicles in May to reinstate its personalized license plate program and develop less arbitrary means of approving plates.
Bloomington officials are sitting on the successful bike trail program while they search for a new city engineer.
More than 600 Hoosiers have been killed in traffic accidents while walking in the past decade.
An Indianapolis legislator says the death of two highway workers last week suggests the state needs to do more to make work zones safer.
The Indiana State Police is increasing its patrols through the end of May as part of a nationwide "Click It or Ticket" campaign.
The Indianapolis Public Schools and IndyGo bus system are studying whether the two can create a transportation partnership for students.
Five companies, including Amtrak, have submitted proposals for how they can improve the rail line in an attempt to reduce costs while increasing ridership.
Total car and truck sales hit nearly $1.4 million in April.
Indianapolis will receive a $250,000 grant over the next two years for more bicycle projects.