Holcomb Touts Infrastructure Initiative
(Indianapolis, IN) — Indiana’s roads and bridges will be improved under a new infrastructure plan. Governor Eric Holcomb announced yesterday he will be touring the state to discuss the five-year initiative. The four-point-seven-billion-dollar investment is funded by the gas and diesel tax increase and the new vehicle registration fee passed by lawmakers this year. Holcomb says the Next Level Roads strategy will allow for resurfacing of ten-thousand miles of highways and repair or replacement of over one-thousand bridges.
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