A civil engineering group gave Indiana’s infrastructure a grade of D-plus in a report card, warning it needs billions of dollars in improvements. The state’s grade was slightly higher than the nationwide average of D.

The Indiana Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers’ report reviewed seven infrastructure categories and assigned letter grades based on physical conditions and fiscal needs. The grading scale ran from A to F.

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