Indiana Department of Transportation

From Open Energy Information


INDOT is responsible for state roads, interstates and U. S. routes in Indiana, including adjacent overpasses and ramps on these roadways. Construction and maintenance of these roads is also INDOT’s responsibility along with traffic control devices along these roadways, including signs and traffic signals. Local cities, counties and towns are responsible for all other roadways that are not a state road, interstate or U.S. route.

INDOT has six district offices across the state that handle day-to-day operations such as construction and detours, traffic signal operations, permits and maintenance operations, for example, filling potholes and plowing snow, along with various other responsibilities.


References


Utilities and Railroad Director

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(317) 232-5081
https://www.in.gov/indot/2331.htm