news clips
  • A study in 2016 found that only 23% of the general public would support mileage based user fees to replace the per gallon gas tax.
  • Experts say that because of increased fuel efficiency within 10 years using the gas tax to fund roads will not be viable. Instead, they say that tolling and/or paying for each mile driven will be the preferred method of paying for road improvements.
  • Because of policies included in the FAST Act, the Indiana rate of return on federal highway dollars is only 91.59%.

reports and studies

 

2016 Purdue LTAP Local Road and Bridge Conditions report

2009 Purdue LTAP Needs Assessment for Local Roads and Streets report

2016 Funding Indiana's Roads for a Stronger Safer Tomorrow Task Force (FIRSST) Final Report