As if there aren’t enough orange construction barrels on Indiana roads, drivers should brace for more.
Repairing roads was the priority this year when state lawmakers voted to return local income tax dollars to cities, towns and counties across the state.
How The Cash Can Be Spent
Seventy-five percent of the money must be spent on roads.
Lawmakers allowed local governments to spend the remaining quarter of the money they’re getting back on a non-road project or to put it away for future use.