updated: 9/24/2007 8:35:30 AM
Governor Mitch Daniels is proclaiming this week Hoosier Helper Freeway Service Patrol Week in Indiana. Since 1991, the program has helped more than 350,000 stranded motorists on Indiana's interstates. The week also marks the 10th anniversary of Hoosier Helpers in the Indianapolis area.
Source: Inside INdiana Business
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) will hold a press conference September 24 to commemorate Governor Mitch Daniels’ proclamation that September 24-30, 2007 is Hoosier Helper Freeway Service Patrol Week in Indiana.
INDOT Commissioner Karl B. Browning; Robert F. Tally, Jr., P.E., Division Administrator, Federal Highway Administration-Indiana Office; First Sergeant David R. Bursten, Indiana State Police; Monte McKee, Executive Director, Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center, Division of the Indiana Department of Homeland Security; Captain Gregg Harris, Indianapolis Fire Department; INDOT representatives, law enforcement representatives and advocates for safety and mobility on our roadways.
A brief presentation to recognize Hoosier Helper Freeway Service Patrol Week (September 24-30, 2007) in Indiana. Since 1991, this program has assisted more than 350,000 motorists on Indiana’s busiest interstates. This occasion will also celebrate the 10th anniversary of Hoosier Helpers in the Indianapolis area.
Source: Indiana Department of Transportation