news clips
  • Four-fifths of Indiana communities are supplied solely by roads.
  • 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.
  • According to Cambridge Systematics, tolling only new lanes on I-65 and I-70 in Indiana would generate about $178 million per year.

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