Government, Business

Rural Indiana Counties Split $80 Million in Federal Transportation Grants

Daniel Oines/Flicker

Indiana officials in Pike, Greene and Knox Counties will be cashing in on millions of dollars in infrastructure improvements funded through federal transportation funds.

Mike Grant | Washington (Ind.) Times-Herald
October 4, 2016
Government, Business

Indiana’s DOT Reviewing Grant Applications for Local Roads, Bridges

Indiana’s Department of Transportation announced Aug. 2 that it has received 1,592 applications for 50/50 matching grants from 325 communities seeking funds for local road and bridge improvement projects.

David Elfin | Staff Reporter
August 2, 2016

IANA Offers New Application to Improve Intermodal Efficiency

The Intermodal Association of North America said it’s created an application using a Web portal to help motor carriers utilize chassis and containers more efficiently.

July 7, 2016
Government, Business

New Louisiana Gov. Emphasizes Infrastructure

Office of the Governor of Louisiana

John Bel Edwards, who became Louisiana’s governor last November, is making infrastructure funding a priority.

David Elfin | Staff Reporter
June 20, 2016
Government, Business

Shawn Wilson Appointed Louisiana Transportation Secretary

Louisiana Gov.-elect John Bel Edwards announced Shawn Wilson as secretary of transportation and development Dec. 16.

December 17, 2015

Intermodal Stakeholders Advance Ideas to Minimize Terminal Delays for Truckers

Intermodal Association of North America

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Several proposals, ranging from mobile apps to chassis pools and ownership, are being advanced to help truckers cope with ongoing intermodal terminal congestion and delays.

Rip Watson | Special to Transport Topics
October 5, 2015
Government, Business

Did Indiana Spend $71 Million on Defective Asphalt?

Gov. Mike Pence by Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg News

Indiana roads are crumbling prematurely, and lawmakers want to know if the state bought $71 million in defective asphalt.

September 23, 2015
Business, Government

Vital I-65 Indiana Trucking Corridor Closed Till Mid-September


The Indiana Department of Transportation estimates it will be mid-September before a 50-mile northbound section of I-65 between Lebanon and Lafayette, Indiana, is reopened.

August 18, 2015
Business, Government

HIV Cases Along I-65 in Indiana Have Slowed Dramatically, Officials Say

The rate of new HIV cases in southern Indiana has slowed, permitting state health officials to move into a prevention phase.

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
May 21, 2015

California Truckers Ask IANA to Intervene in Delay Fee Dispute

Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg News

California truckers, stung by millions of dollars in delay-related costs, have asked the Intermodal Association of North America to rule that port carriers should not be required to pay those fees accumulated since November.

February 9, 2015