Indiana Lawmakers Inch Toward Funding Deal that Includes Mandate for INDOT to Study Tolling

The Journal Gazette reports, “A long-term road funding deal forged by Statehouse Republicans would mean about $870 million in new money for state roads and $340 million for local infrastructure by 2024. But the proposal still must get the seal of approval from the party caucuses and be voted on in both the House and Senate.” The report adds that the bill “also requires INDOT to study tolling and present a strategic plan to legislators next year.”