INDOT is hosting a series of meetings for Indiana Farm Bureau members to discuss road and bridge funding.
Electric vehicles don’t pay into road funding the same way traditional vehicles do because they don’t pay fuel taxes.
About $430 million from local tax reserves will be distributed to counties May 1.
Most of the legislation’s money is short-term or one-time dollars.
The money will pay for improvements on several U.S. and state highways.
Lawmakers and the governor still praise the effort.
The bill does give local governments some ability to raise taxes for road improvements.
Lawmakers say they'll have to revisit road funding again next session.
Republican legislative leaders and Governor Pence have a deal on road funding, but they'll have to revisit the issue next year to come up with a long term plan.
Lawmakers debated road funding in a conference committee hearing as lawmakers approach the end of this session’s debate