INDOT will hold public hearings on section six throughout central Indiana this week.
The House Democrats’ plan would divert sales tax revenues on gasoline and special fuels to road maintenance.
IU was rated in five areas in regards to bike safety: engineering, education, encouragement, evaluation and planning and enforcement.
Some estimates say local governments need $500 million more per year to maintain existing pavement.
Jeffersonville, Ind. was one of 39 recipients of the US Department of Transportation's annual TIGER grants.
Several officials agreed maintaining existing transportation systems would be as important, if not more, than new additions.
The debate over how best to fund road and bridge improvements in Indiana is far from over.
Commissioner Brandye Hendrickson told lawmakers Thursday INDOT needs about $250 million more a year to maintain adequate road conditions.
The announcement comes as the GOP, Democrats and INDOT spar over the condition of the state's roads and bridges.
The addition of business class service will more than double capacity of the train, offering 184 seats.
The state Department of Transportation – and the Indiana Republican Party – are striking back at continued attacks over the current condition of Indiana’s roads