Getting the interstate to reach Indianapolis will require a different approach.
Brown County could receive up to $600,000 more in transportation funding next year, but that is not enough to cover all the needed road maintenance.
The $30 billion budget provides a 5 percent income tax cut and increases funding to roads and education.
Zombie subdivisions describe plots of land that a developer has built some infrastructure around, but aren’t complete because lots have not sold.
In Daviess and Pike counties, State Road 257 from U.S. Route 50 to State Road 356 is now open.
The road is scheduled to re-open to traffic by the end of November.
Travelers are looking for some relief from traffic delays.
Customers to the Hoosier Barbershop at 10th and the Bypass have had trouble accessing the business.
Officials say the plan will help regulate growth near the Edinburgh Outlet Mall in Bartholomew County.
Brown County has been forced to put off some of its plans to pave gravel roads because of budget constraints.