The state also dedicated 2 million annually for local road projects.
"The Next Level plan will impact all corners of our state with much-needed reinvestment of infrastructure," Fadness said.
The teenager said she never would have thought she would have been in an abusive relationship.
Mercer began dating a boy from her neighborhood when she was a freshman at Hamilton Southeastern High School.
Morgan County — home to Martinsville and Mooresville — will by far receive the most road funding per capita at about ,115 per person.
Marion County sits in the bottom 20 of Indiana's 92 counties in terms of spending per person.
Every Hoosier has to pay the new 10-cent gas tax increase in order to help fund the .7 billion roads plan, but not every county will see the same benefit.Scott Manning, an Indiana Department of Transportation spokesman, said it's important to keep in mind that those figures don't include recent road investments in many counties."INDOT's investment on a per county basis is driven by the number of centerline miles of INDOT maintained roads in a given county and the condition ratings of the existing roads and bridges," Manning said."Population is not part of the formula."He said a comprehensive list of the number of miles per county does not exist.When looking at total spending per county, however, Marion County received the second most, just after Morgan County.Johnson and Hendricks also grace the top five in overall spending per county.