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  • Sixteen percent of Indiana's major roads are in poor condition.
  • Indiana ranks 23rd in the nation for state-controlled highway road miles.
  • According to a study conducted by the Federal Highway Administration, $100 million spent on highway safety improvements will save 145 lives over a 10-year period.

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HB 1002 Coalition Resources for You

Our HB 1002 coalition has posted tools to a Dropbox account including the #IndianaPotholes social media campaign, graphics, letters to the editor, road funding facts, town hall meeting schedules and other items you can use to promote the passage of HB 1002. We encourage you to use Twitter and Facebook to send positive messages about our effort. Also, follow BIC on Twitter at @BuildINCouncil.




BIC on Hand as House Republicans
Unveil Road Funding Plan



Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis), Ways and Means Chair Dr. Tim Brown (R-Crawfordsville) and Roads and Transportation Committee Chair Ed Soliday (R-Valparaiso) announced House Republican plans to fund road improvements on January 4. Click here for the news release, and click here for the press conference handout.



BIC Talks to Legislators About Road Funding


During 2016, BIC representatives met with legislators, chambers, economic development groups and service organizations sharing information about road funding issues. We talked about the status of INDOT’s construction budget, INDOT’s funding gap, local road needs and possible solutions. Click here for the handouts used in the presentations.