CARR Newsletter - Save It - Don't Pave It!

Location of Photos:
800S in Greene County at 700E Daviess County.
Bridge for 700E over I-69 is contract
IB-32995, project 0901971 (1 of 3 bridges)


The Bloomington Alternative

Environmental Law & Policy Center

Hoosier Environmental Council

San Antonio Toll Party

Transportation for America

Transportation Nation

Whistleblower Site

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CARR Letter to Our Friends and Supporters - July, 2015
We realize that we cannot stop the new terrain I-69 construction now, but we believe that the corruption that has brought us this devastating highway must be exposed. Our hope is that our efforts will be a deterrent to corruption in transportation projects in the future. Read more...

If you have seen instances of I-69 run off polluting water resources in your area, please contact IDEM to file a complaint: Please copy CARR withyour complaint so we can keep track of this serious problem.

The following Guest Editorial by Thomas Tokarski was published by the Herald-Times, August 13th:
I-69 Construction --What's Gone Wrong? And Why?
CARR commends Monroe County Commissioners
The role of the media should be to challenge the powerful and speak in defense of the powerless. In its recent editorials on the county noise ordinance, the HT editors have done just the opposite. They support a powerful state agency while the victims of INDOTís indifference to citizensí health and safety are ignored. Read more...

Hoosier Environmental Council (HEC)

CARR vs. LaHood

Plaintiff's Memorandum in Support of Motion for Preliminary Injuction

Indiana Transportation Funding Dedicated to I-69
July 2012 -- By the Hoosier Environmental Council
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The Alarming Rise of Indiana Transportation Funding Dedicated to I-69

Video of - I-69 Damage in Daviess County

Editorials & Highway Studies:
Complaint filed by CARR with IDEM, USEPA, USCoE, INDOT, USFWS

I-69 Construction on YouTube

The State has Begun Taking Homes for Right-of-Way...

Corridors of the Future Program (CFP).


The Tier 2 Draft Environmental Impact Statement

More Studies...

More Editorials...

CARR Mission Statement
"Citizens for Appropriate Rural Roads, Inc (CARR) is a grassroots organization dedicated to educating Hoosiers about the benefits of financially responsible and environmentally sound transportation policies. CARR is committed to the principle that sensible policies, targeted toward reinvestment in existing infrastructure, will satisfy Hoosier transportation needs while preserving the integrity of Indiana's farmlands, natural resources, and rural communities."

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