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  1. Indy is more urban than a suburb like Carmel that is primarily commercial and high dollar residential. The author does have a good point in thinking, adapting, and planning the entrances to the fabric of the geographic location and the City's "brand" it wishes to convey. Will the NRCC & INDOT & City PLEASE do something to Keystone at 86th Street interchange! The interchange is a MESS of overgrown trees and weeds, yes it was an area for wildflowers 20 years ago, now it is an embarrassment for a prominent entry point to Indianapolis!!!

  2. So the article admits that total vehicle miles traveled has stayed relatively flat in Indiana (although it's declining nationally), but we need to add more capacity and throw additional money at a transportation model that provides a poor ROI? . This makes zero sense for everyone except for the road construction companies, highway lobbyists, and the politicians with their hands in the cookie jar.

  3. I couldn't agree more. On my drive home from work, I choose to listen to the more opinionated talk shows. In the morning, I want the news, local, national and global. Katz, although I tend to agree with most of his opinions, is a bit too forceful for me in the mornings. I will be seeking a new station for me morning news.

  4. Indy has only to look to Carmel to see beautiful tree lined boulevards, roundabouts with fountains that define areas, the entrance markers to Carmel Drive, the Arts and Design Dstrict archways and narrow streets. I dy has a long way to catch up but ths is a good start.

  5. I'm very disappointed at the loss of Steve Simpson ... Will now find a new station after many many years! Big mistake WIBC !!!