State grants $150 million for local roads projects

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Gov. Eric Holcomb announces the 2017 Community Crossings grants in Jasper, which received the largest single amount this year - $1 million. (GovHolcomb/Twitter)

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb has announced $150 million road funding grants for local governments across the state.

The funds come through the Community Crossing grants program, approved by the state assembly in 2016 to support local road funding. Under the program, the state matches the funding contributions from cities and counties, with the state contributing 75 percent of the costs for smaller communities.

In the program’s second year, the state will send $150 to almost 400 county and local governments — representing a 48 percent  increase in applications this year.

The program’s second year will send $150 million to almost 400 county and local governments statewide. Applications for the grants increased 48 percent this year.


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