The House approved comprehensive road funding legislation that raises fuel taxes and opens the door to tolling Indiana interstate highways.
A House committee changed legislation that bans direct sales by auto manufacturers to essentially grandfather in electric car maker Tesla.
One lawmaker accused another of threatening to “bury him” over the bill.
Several members of the Senate Appropriations Committee seem skeptical about proposal’s tax increases.
Congress encouraged Indiana to apply for a toll road exemption, as lawmakers push for feasibility study on interstates.
Commissioner Brandye Hendrickson told lawmakers Thursday INDOT needs about $250 million more a year to maintain adequate road conditions.
The law will allow teenagers who take driver's education classes to get their license when they are 16 years, 3 months old.
House Roads and Transportation Chairman Ed Soliday, R-Valparaiso, says there are more than 1,200 motor-vehicle fees, and many are either obsolete or redundant.
A new layer of legislative oversight for Indiana's specialty license plates has resulted in recommendations to stop issuing plates for nine nonprofit groups.
The bill transfers control over establishing private-public partnership toll roads in Indiana from the state legislature to the governor.