State officials say preliminary work is starting on a project widening a 14-mile section of Interstate 65 to six lanes in southern Indiana.
The discussion comes as Indianapolis officials estimate it would cost $732 million for city streets to be upgraded from poor to fair condition.
Monroe County residents Tuesday voiced continued disapproval of the City of Bloomington’s recent purchase of an armored vehicle for the police department.
The measure would bar retailers and suppliers from installing unsafe tires. It passed 80-15 out of the House, but some in the Senate thought it was unnecessary.
A new interactive map from the Indiana State Police can help predict where crashes are most likely to occur throughout the state.
State officials say construction is expected to start this spring on widening a section of Interstate 65 to six lanes in southern Indiana.
The projects are a planned extension between Hammond and Dyer and the addition of a second line between Gary and Michigan City.
State officials have launched a new system intended to make it easier for Indiana motorists to report roadway problems such as potholes.
The section of interstate is supposed to be complete by August 2018, which is nearly two years behind schedule.
The Indiana Office of Technology announced Thursday that Alexa users can get county-level travel statuses.