INDOT gave matching grants up to $1 million for local infrastructure projects to more than 230 cities and 78 counties.
As the state decides how to spend future transportation funding dollars, determining the conditions of Indiana’s infrastructure is a vital piece of the puzzle.
State lawmakers are beginning to study ways to fund infrastructure into the future.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says distracted driving is responsible for the deaths of one out of every 10 drivers.
The I-65 project between Greenwood and Franklin has caused delays since April 2015.
Officials say it's too early to rule out any funding resources, including tolling.
INDOT is hosting a series of meetings for Indiana Farm Bureau members to discuss road and bridge funding.
Off road vehicles, like four wheelers, are part of many rural Indiana towns’ cultures, used for recreation and for utility purposes.
As gas prices fall to the lowest price in years, travel over the holiday weekend is expected to be very high.
Indiana and Kentucky will split the approximately $17 million cost for preliminary design work and an environmental review for the proposed crossing.
An influx of construction requests could drive prices up for municipalities across the state.