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 Department of Transportation released the final environmental impact statement for I-69 Section 6, which will run from Martinsville to Indianapolis.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is moving forward with the possibility of tolling four different interstates.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is warning motorists to watch out for crews fixing potholes.
An Indiana Department of Transportation study says the state could see between $39 billion and $53 billion in toll revenue from 2021 to 2050.
Holcomb directed INDOT to remove I-465 from its tolling study.
INDOT says in a news release that the state expects to receive between $80 million and $100 million in federal transportation funding.
INDOT is hosting three public meetings in mid-September to show new refinements to the Section 6 plan.
The state hoped to take control of Section 5 construction by the end of July.