The Indiana legislature passed a bold measure this year, funding Indiana's roads for the next 20 years.  As part of that plan, funding is now available for critical projects like US 30.  Read more here.

Indiana Department of Transportation officials expect that traffic will more than double – from 30,000 to 80,000 vehicles per day – on U.S. 30 if changes are made to the highway.  Read more here.

The Whitley County US 30 Planning Committee has announced a series of scheduled Public Input Sessions for November and December.  Read more here.

Governor Holcomb demonstrated his commitment to U.S. 30 by mentioning it first of the specific projects that need to be done in his January 2017 State of the State address.  Read his address here.