Major Moves

McKimmie, Kathy
July 2008
Indiana Business Magazine;Jul2008, Vol. 52 Issue 7, p19
The article focuses on the ten-year plan for the transportation projects in Indiana. In 2005, State Governor Mitch Daniels directed the Department of Transportation (INDOT) to survey the region's needs for new highway construction and preservation projects. In relevance, Daniels proposed that the 2006 General Assembly lease the Indiana Toll Road to generate the funding of $2 billion for road construction.


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