Senate lawmakers put their own stamp on this session’s comprehensive road funding bill while keeping the measure’s primary tax increase intact.
The state still has to secure funding for I-69 Section 6.
Mary Lambright will appear in court next month for sentencing.
The Senate now has control of the road funding plan as the second half of session begins.
Three new bridges on the Ohio River near Louisville recently started tolling drivers, causing some Hoosiers to adjust their usual commuting routes.
The MCCSC board voted Tuesday to grant 42 bus routes to a Michigan-based bus corporation to address the district's bus driver shortage.
Under the plan, a resident making $50,000 a year in taxable income will pay an extra $125 in income tax.
The House approved comprehensive road funding legislation that raises fuel taxes and opens the door to tolling Indiana interstate highways.
A report from the Sanitation Modernization Advisory Committee advises moving forward with an automated trash pick-up system.
This legislative session, both House Republicans and House Democrats have proposed a plan to pay for the next four years of road and bridge maintenance.