Gov. Mike Pence will gather with local and regional leaders to cut the ribbon on the section of interstate Wednesday morning.
House Speaker Brian Bosma, R-Indianapolis, says the GOP caucus’ plan relies on three principles: that it’s responsible, comprehensive and sustainable.
The House Democrats’ plan would divert sales tax revenues on gasoline and special fuels to road maintenance.
Some estimates say local governments need $500 million more per year to maintain existing pavement.
Commissioner Brandye Hendrickson told lawmakers Thursday INDOT needs about $250 million more a year to maintain adequate road conditions.
Officials have warned for years that increased fuel efficiency is reducing gas tax revenues. Those revenues have traditionally paid for road maintenance.
In the second part of our Bloomington Newcomers web series, we're getting new Bloomington residents up to speed on area roads and traffic.
The City of Bloomington has launched an application displaying a list of closed roads, lane restrictions and other traffic-related information.
House Speaker Brian Bosma says he anticipates making infrastructure a primary focus the next two sessions.
INDOT estimates the state will need at least $150 million annually over the next 10 years to adequately maintain its roads and bridges.