INDOT estimates the state will need at least $150 million annually over the next 10 years to adequately maintain its roads and bridges.
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce says the state faces a $750 million funding gap to maintain its roads. Changes to the state's fuel taxes could help.
INDOT says they’re in clean-up mode – interstates are wet, and crews are out to clear the accumulated slush.
Indiana has not made a decision on whether to ban the ET-Plus guardrail heads.
INDOT was looking to Corridor Capital to take over hoping it could improve service on the Hoosier State Line, but negotiations ended abruptly last weekend.
Indiana's highway commissioner is encouraging the state to allocate funds to repair hundreds of bridges over the next 10 years.
The Indiana Department of Transportation filed a motion today to dismiss a lawsuit it had filed against Monroe County because of a noise ordinance.
Troy Woodruff resigned Thursday, a day before the state's Inspector General released a report clearing him of all wrongdoing on conflict of interest charges.
The state argued Monroe County's noise ordinance was delaying construction on Interstate 69.
The first phase of a $7.3 million project on S.R. 37 in Martinsville begins at 7 p.m. Friday.