Indiana Department of Transportation
The State of Indiana is responsible for all planning and programming for state-maintained assets, including the Interstate System, and programming state allocations of federal monies.
INDOT's context sensitive solutions (CSS) policy is intended to provide a flexible approach in allowing the latitude to enhance environmental, scenic, historic and unique community elements in a transportation improvement. The process for incorporating context sensitive solutions is intended to establish a basis for the planning, development, construction, and maintenance process to incorporate a community's character and vision in transportation improvements, including pedestrians, cyclists, public transportation vehicles and passengers, trucks, and automobiles.
These drafts of INDOT’s Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) cover state fiscal years 2016-2019. STIP is a four-year planning document that lists all projects expected to be funded in those four years with Federal funds and those state-funded projects that have been deemed as Regionally Significant.
INDOT's Long Range Transportation Plan provides a vision for the future development of the state transportation system. The Long Range Transportation Plan outlines a strategy for future investments in the state highway system. These investments are intended to provide Hoosiers the highest level of mobility and safety possible and to meet the needs of economic development and quality of life into the next quarter century.
The state will examine current problems or solutions to future problems using planning studies. These typically examine corridors within the state, although there are several non-roadway planning studies on the page.
INDOT continually researches, produces, updates and manages a variety of publications, documents, reports, studies and surveys relating to elements of Indiana's transportation network.
An interactive tool identifying locations, letting dates, and types of state and local projects happening across Indiana.
INDOT’s Multimodal Planning and Programs division includes the offices of Aviation, Freight, Public Transit, Rail, and Passenger Rail. Our goal is to develop and improve transportation modes in a seamless system that is more efficient, flexible, and environmentally sustainable, and meets the needs of travelers and shippers alike.