INDIANAPOLIS | The state official overseeing the Indiana Toll Road lease assured Hoosier lawmakers Tuesday that the private operator's bankruptcy will not affect highway functions, force toll hikes or put state funds at risk.
The toll for a car going the length of the Indiana Toll Road will rise to $10 on July 1, and tolls on the Northwest Indiana barrier system will go up 10 cents at five toll booths as the road's private operator implements its annual increase.
With demand for gasoline at historic lows due to consistently high prices and greater declines ahead under a new federal requirement that cars and light trucks have double the fuel efficiency by 2025, Indiana lawmakers have begun looking at alternatives to the gasoline tax for funding constr…
Bridge and ramp projects in Northwest Indiana and elsewhere are getting a careful look as local industry and others consider the fairness of putting a private toll bridge on Cline Avenue.
Tolls for cars running the length of the Indiana Toll Road will go up 40 cents on Sunday and tolls on the Northwest Indiana barrier system will go up 10 cents at five toll booths and 20 cents at West Point.
The cost of driving on the Indiana Toll Road will go up almost 3 percent on July 1, in the fifth annual increase since the 157-mile roadway was leased to a private company in 2006.
Schererville resident Tammy Rauch leafs through an Illinois Tollway violation notice for I-PASS back tolls and fines totaling $9,825.90 that her husband recently received for the family's I-Pass account. More than 100,000 Hoosier motorists are getting bills for tolls and fines dating back to…
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