As the Hoosier State's infrastructure continues aging, Rep. Larry Bucshon says tax reform could be the key to a long-term federal highway bill.
The U.S. House will take up a proposed six-year highway funding bill in the fall.
Sections one through five of I-69 have funding, but state officials have not decided how to pay for the section from Martinsville to Indianapolis.
Getting the interstate to reach Indianapolis will require a different approach.
Agricultural economists say corn farmers could see a 12-percent drop in their revenue from last year.
As ride-sharing services continue to grow, some are raising questions about the legality of their operations.
A panel indicates the state should prioritize four new transportation projects, including building an I-69 bridge over the Ohio River.
Corridor Capital, a passenger rail development company based in Chicago, has emerged as lead candidate to replace Amtrak as operator of the Hoosier State Line.
The money will be used to add lanes to Interstate 65 just south of Indianapolis and around Lafayette.
Lawmakers say releasing transportation money for new projects will help improve Indiana highways but the the final dollar amount is still undecided.