Gov. Mitch Daniels Wednesday will tour three Indiana cities to mark the five-year anniversary of Major Moves, the largest infrastructure program in the state’s history, which was financed in part with the $3.8 billion Indiana Toll Road lease.
Major Moves so far has financed the construction or renovation of more than 200 road and bridge projects across the state with more than 400 new highway miles expected by the end of 2015, Daniels’ office said.
The program began in 2005 as a 10-year, $12 billion transportation improvement plan. Of that, $2.6 billion came from the long-term lease of the Indiana Toll Road.