INDIANAPOLIS -- Ind. Gov. Eric Holcomb unveiled the five-year plan for Indiana's roads Thursday morning.
The plan, dubbed the "Next Level Roads" initiative, is the first part of the 20-year roads program.
The five-year roads plan is a $4.7 billion investment for the state. It includes resurfacing nearly 10,000 lane miles of pavement and repairing or about 1,300 bridges.
“Our transportation network of roads and bridges plays a major part in Indiana’s success story both now and in the future,” Holcomb said. “With a fully-funded plan in place for the next 20 years, Hoosiers can rest assured that Indiana will remain the Crossroads of America for generations to come."
Watch Holcomb's announcement here:
The state has released the timing, locations and cost of all the projects broken down by Indiana county.
To see what's happening with your county's roads over the next five years, search for it, and click the link below.