WABASH VALLEY, Ind. (WTHI) - Some Wabash Valley communities will receive a big boost from the Indiana Department of Transportation for infrastructure improvements.
On Wednesday, INDOT announced $161.2 million in federal transportation funding will be awarded to 66 cities, towns, and counties in the rural parts of Indiana.
The money will be used to improve things like bridges, roads, sidewalks, ADA ramps, and trails.
Locally, the projects include:
Clinton - 9th Street from Vine Street to Knowles Street
Daviess County - CR 900 E - From 750 feet south of CR 300 N to 350 feet south of CR 450 N
Knox County - From US 41 on Elkhorn Road to CSX Railroad crossing
Linton - NE E Street from 4th Street to Phil Harris Parkway (Linton City Park)
Putnam County - CR 400 West over CSX RR
Sullivan - W. Washington St., W. Jackson St.& S. Crowder St. $696,000
Vincennes Washington Avenue
Washington - Business 50 from SE 3rd Street to State Street
For a complete list, click here.
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