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Governor Eric Holcomb and Indiana Department of Transportation Commissioner Joe McGuinness recently announced 189 Indiana cities, towns and counties received a combined $115 million in state matching funds for local road projects through the Next Level Roads: Community Crossings Initiative.

Several local counties and communities got a piece of the action including:

Dubois County who was awarded nearly 939-thousand dollars

The City of Jasper just under 217-thousand dollars,

The Town of Ferdinand received over 638-thousand dollars,

The City of Huntingburg more than 133-thousand dollars,

Daviess County, who received just under 1 million dollars,

Martin County just under 233-thousand dollars,

Pike County less than 526-thousand dollars,

The City of Petersburg just under 93-thousand dollars,

Spencer County an even million dollars,

The Town of Dale more than 905-thousand dollars,

Grandview just under 60-thousand dollars,

Perry County just short of 870-thousand dollars,

The City of Tell City, more than 300-thousand dollars,

Crawford County more than 498-thousand dollars,

And Orange County received over 975-thousand dollars

Governor Holcomb says Indiana’s fully-funded, long-term Next Level Roads plan means cities, towns, and counties are improving their roads and bridges at levels unmatched in our state’s history.

He added that Community Crossings projects are crucial to first mile and last mile solutions that companies need when evaluating Indiana to locate their business or expand to create additional jobs.

To date, the Community Crossings Initiative has given more than $500 million in state matching funds for construction projects. The latest round received 229 applications.

To manage the high number of applications, INDOT now accepts them in both January and July, with a $1 million cap annually per community.

An estimated $100 million will be available for communities that apply during the upcoming 2019 summer call for projects.

For the list of all communities receiving matching funds in the 2019 winter call go to

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