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Indiana’s Transportation Infrastructure

What aspects of Indiana's transportation infrastructure should citizens be concerned about?

Is there work to be done in the near future?

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Indiana's transportation infrastructure may need work, but how soon should we be concerned about it?

Following the Sherman Minton Bridge closure, several southern Indiana communities are concerned about infrastructure problems. What is the state of Indiana’s transportation infrastructure and how concerned should we be in light of these recent developments?

Join us this Friday on Noon edition as we talk about what issues are facing Indiana’s transportation infrastructure and where we go from here. Visit Noon Edition online at wfiu.org/noonedition to be part of our live chat, or join us on the air by calling in at 812-855-0811 or 1-877-285-WFIU.

Guests:

  • Bill Williams – Monroe County Engineer
  • Dennis Faulkenberg – President of APPIAN Transportation Advisors and Formerly the Deputy Commissioner and Chief Financial Officer of INDOT
  • Tim Maloney – Senior Policy Director for the Hoosier Environmental Council

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