What We Invest in Our Roads & Bridges
The average Indiana motorist pays $1.04 per day in highway user fees to build and maintain our state’s roads and bridges.
- 37 cents/day through the state gas tax
- 42 cents/day through the federal gas tax
- 13 cents/day through motor vehicle ownership state fees
- 12 cents/day in tolls
The average Indiana household spends 5 times more per month for land line and cell phone service than it invests to build and maintain the roads and bridges we use.
Indiana spends $233 a year per capita on road and bridge capital improvements. Indiana ranks #30 among all U.S. states in this important category. Here’s how we compare to our neighbors:
Driving on poor roads costs the average Indiana motorist $391 per year in vehicle repairs and wasted fuel.