Gov. Eric Holcomb on Thursday released the state’s $4.7 billion road maintenance and construction plan for the next five years. Hoosiers can expect to see traffic cones throughout the state, including on the I-465 loop and parts of I-70 and I-65 in Marion County. Indiana Department of Transportation plans to resurface nearly 10,000 miles of pavement and repair or replace about 1,300 bridges over the next five years. The state will fund the maintenance using the recently passed road funding plan that included a 10 cent per gallon gas tax increase and Bureau of Motor Vehicle fees. The Republican plan is estimated to bring in $1.2 billion yearly by 2025.
Source: Indy Star