INDOT spokesman Nathan Riggs says they've used nearly seven thousand tons of asphalt and 8,100 employee hours to fill potholes so far this winter.
Governor Mike Pence announced today that transportation crews are working in two 12-hour shifts each day to repair the roads after the snow storm.
The General Assembly could decide to use $400 million it set aside last year for future transportation projects.
INDOT has already used most of its budget for winter road maintenance with two months of the season still left.
Light snowfall last night and single digit temperatures have a few counties in travel advisories.
Many counties are still under travel advisories, and INDOT encourages drivers to stay off the roads.
Record snowfalls and record low temperatures prompted the governor to declare a state of emergency in 29 counties.
All but seven counties in Indiana are under a travel advisory because of snow and cold temperatures.
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce is proposing a study to see if taxing the miles Hoosiers drive would bring in more revenue than taxing the fuel they buy.
The DNR and INDOT are working to improve a road that runs through Yellowwood State Forest in Brown County that is currently causing environmental issues.