Indiana has the third largest Amish population in the country, and the steel horseshoes Amish families use can be especially hard on pavement.
The tour aims to connect Democratic leaders with community and business leaders to discuss national infrastructure needs.
Transportation committee leaders in the Indiana General Assembly say their work isn’t done after last session’s landmark road funding bill.
Sen. Michael Crider (R-Greenfield) – one of the road funding bill’s sponsors – says he’s heard positive feedback since the measure passed.
INDOT says in a news release that the state expects to receive between $80 million and $100 million in federal transportation funding.
The money is part of a statewide grant program and will go toward rehabilitating roads in the downtown area.
The money comes from a statewide grant program and will go toward six local paving projects.
Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Wednesday road funding grants that total $150 million for local governments across the state.
The wear and tear on Daviess County roads isn’t caused by Mother Nature – it's the result of horses.
Governor Holcomb’s infrastructure plan dedicates some money to the completion of I-69, but it doesn’t address ongoing issues with construction of Section 5.