Tag: Indiana Department of Transportation
On the Road Again: New Solutions for Old Problems
Purdue engineers lead the way on research to protect, upgrade roads WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Self-curing concrete, self-healing roads, and concrete that reduces the global...
Superior Construction Donates $2,000 to Westminster Neighborhood Services in Support of Little Food Pantries
INDIANAPOLIS – Superior Construction, the contractor selected by the Indiana Department of Transportation to redesign and reconstruct the I-65/I-70 North Split in downtown Indianapolis,...
More than $100 Million Going to Rural Communities for Infrastructure Improvements
Projects will Improve Roads and Bridges, Make Communities More Walkable and Bikeable INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Transportation announced today that $100.8 million in...
USDOT Awards Indiana $4.4 Million for I-70 Truck Automation Corridor Project
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is receiving a U.S. Department of Transportation grant focused on automated driving technology. The Federal Highway...
INDOT releases I-70/I-65 Construction Plan in Central Indiana
INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Department of Transportation is releasing its 2020 construction plan for I-70 and I-65 in Central Indiana. Construction projects have been split into...
INDOT Offers Scholarships, Jobs to Engineers in Training
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Transportation is offering civil engineering students scholarships of up to $3,125 per semester, and paid employment during summer...
INDOT awards $115 million through Next Level Roads: Community Crossings Initiative
Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb and Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) Commissioner Joe McGuinness announced that 189 Indiana cities, towns and counties received a combined $115 million in state-matching funds for local road projects through the Next Level Roads: Community Crossings Initiative.
At least $125 million available to Indiana communities for rail overpass projects
The Indiana Department of Transportation will make available at least $125 million for high-priority railroad safety projects on local roads statewide through the agency’s new “Local Trax” matching grant program.
Temporary detour bridge expected to decrease project timeline
Acrow Bridge, a leading international bridge engineering and supply company, provided the Indiana DOT (INDOT) a temporary detour bridge that is being used on US Route 41 over the Cheatam Slough in Evansville, Ind. The use of the rental bridge is expected to decrease the project timeline by an entire year, allowing for cost savings and far less inconvenience to the public.
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