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Two counties to decide on plan for Indiana Toll Road

Authorities in two northwest Indiana counties are scheduled to decide over the next several weeks whether to proceed with a proposal to lease the Indiana Toll Road after the Australian-Spanish consortium that leased it went bankrupt.
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House backs bill to remove Interstate 69 route restriction

The House voted 81-11 Tuesday to revoke the 2004 law that prohibits the highway from passing through southern Marion County's Perry Township.
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Global firm to cut 320 jobs in Bloomington

The Bloomington layoffs from a television repair subsidiary would be ModusLink’s second major reduction in operations in Indiana in six months.
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Downtown projects set to soak up thousands of parking spaces

Parking on the east side of downtown is becoming harder to find—enough to prompt some rates to rise—thanks to a trio of real estate developments replacing surface parking lots.
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New Indy transit center balances utility, dignity, design

The team charged with designing and engineering downtown’s $20 million transit center—which has begun to emerge south of Washington Street between Delaware and Alabama streets—took on three core challenges.
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Bill advances to remove Interstate 69 route restriction

Indiana legislators have advanced a bill that would lift a state law restricting the route for the final leg of the Interstate 69 extension near Indianapolis.
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U.S. proposes rules for drones at industry's infancy

Even with the proposed safety restrictions, drones can transform urban infrastructure management, farming, public safety, coastal security, military training, search and rescue, disaster response and more.
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Southwest adds nonstop flight from Indy to Dallas

Southwest Airlines on Thursday announced the addition of nonstop flights to Dallas from 10 cities, including Indianapolis.
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Regulators slash proposed rate-hike request for BlueIndy plan

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.
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Pork purveyor to build $43.5M facility, hire 260

John Morrell Food Group, one of the oldest meat manufacturing firms in the nation, plans to build and equip a massive refrigerated distribution center just east of Indianapolis.
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