Indianapolis received more than $3.3 million in revenue from parking meters in 2014, its highest annual total yet since turning over meter operations to ParkIndy in late 2010, the city announced Monday.
The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission on Wednesday shot down the bulk of a plan by Indianapolis Power & Light to charge ratepayers $16 million for costs involving a proposed all-electric car-sharing service called BlueIndy.
A fund for public transportation could be debated before the House Ways and Means Committee after Rep. Randy Truitt filed a bill that would provide about $20 million more per year than Gov. Mike Pence proposed.
Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard on plans to discontinue commuter-bus service to downtown Indianapolis: Disappointed, but city "would support future efforts to bring a strong public transportation system to the Indianapolis area."