The state Court of Appeals has rejected a claim by southwestern Indiana property owners that the state illegally acquired their land to clear the path for the Interstate 69 extension between Indianapolis and Evansville.
The complaints were quieter but still firm during the latest public hearing about plans for the Interstate 69 extension through southern Indiana.
Several government and business leaders participated in a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for the 27-mile stretch of I-69 from near the Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center to Indiana 37 south of Bloomington.
A Monroe County commissioner is pushing to invalidate a Bloomington planning panel's vote that added a contentious section of the Indianapolis-to-Evansville Interstate 69 extension to the group's local highway plan.
An Indiana congressman is seeking an amendment to a federal bill that would target a Bloomington group's refusal to include part of the Evansville-to-Indianapolis Interstate 69 extension in its local transportation plan.
Gov. Mitch Daniels said the state has options for funding a 1.75-mile stretch of highway that is the focus of a dispute with the Bloomington-Monroe County Metropolitan Planning Organization.
A federal highway administrator says no one can stop the state from building a hotly debated section of the Interstate 69 extension in southern Indiana without using federal money.
Buses in Bloomington and on the Indiana University campus could lose funding starting in 2014 if local officials don’t include Interstate 69 in their transportation infrastructure plans.
Indiana environmental groups file a second lawsuit against the Army Corps of Engineers, alleging permits for 29 miles of the I-69 project between Oakland City and Washington violate the Clean Water Act.
Our organization recently released an economic analysis concluding that, over the next two years, Indiana will dedicate 23 percent of its available funding for highway construction, maintenance and repair to the new-terrain I-69 project.