Online Tool for Indiana Road and Bridge Projects

Online Tool for Indiana Road and Bridge Projects


The Indiana Department of Transportation announced today that the agency launched an online, interactive tool that allows Hoosier taxpayers to find quickly what road and bridge projects are planned where they live and all across Indiana with just a couple clicks of a mouse.INDOT’s interactive investment map provides a summary of the State’s investment in road, bridge, and trail projects, including projects on interstates and other INDOT-maintained roadways as well as City, Town and County projects funded by INDOT at

“This online, interactive investment map gives Hoosiers an opportunity to follow INDOT’s continuous work on roads and bridges throughout Indiana,” said Governor Mike Pence.

“Over the next 5 years, my administration proposes to invest an estimated $4.6 billion on projects aimed at modernizing our transportation network for the future, and I am thrilled that Hoosiers can follow along as we move forward. I encourage all Hoosiers to follow INDOT’s progress through the investment map as we preserve and enhance Indiana’s reputation as the Crossroads of America.”
By clicking on one of Indiana’s 92 counties, taxpayers can see a summary of county-specific investment and a project list for the county. Information on each project is integrated into the online tool, including the route affected, anticipated date contractor bids will be opened, cost, and the type of work being completed.

Links to Google Maps will allow drivers to pinpoint the area where construction is expected to occur on a given roadways.
The financial summaries and project information on the INDOT investment map provide a rolling 18-month outlook.

The data is updated on a monthly basis by INDOT staff and the financial data, anticipated projects and estimated bid dates are subject to change.

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