Report: Billions are needed to fix Indiana's infrastructure

A survey of Indiana's crumbling infrastructure suggests that billions of dollars in spending will be needed to prepare the state's railroads, airports, roads and treatment plants for future demand. The American Society of Civil Engineers' local chapter gave Indiana a D+ rating overall, putting the state slightly ahead of the national average. "While some improvements have been made over the past few years, much work remains," said report supervisor Katherine Graham.

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