Transportation, Distribution & Logistics

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Airport to sell 80 acres for $8M; renews lease with AAR

The Indianapolis Airport Authority has approved a letter of intent to sell 80 acres to a local developer. It also reached a 10-year extension of its lease agreement with aircraft maintenance services company AAR.
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Southwest to add nonstop service to LA, Boston

Southwest will depart Indianapolis International Airport for Los Angeles once daily, and there will be two flights every day to Boston, the airline announced Wednesday.
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Fishers extends subsidy for commuter bus service

The soon-to-be-city of Fishers has promised to help keep the Indy Express commuter bus rolling until the end of April—and maybe longer, depending on ridership early next year.
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Terrorists remain fixated on airlines, departing TSA chief says

John Pistole, outgoing head of the Transportation Security Administration and soon-to-be president of Anderson University, said the greatest threat to national security is still someone slipping a bomb onto a plane bound for the United States.
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Southwest bag workers picketing over flight delays

Southwest Airlines workers picketed and handed out leaflets to passengers in Indianapolis, Denver and 14 other airports across the country Tuesday
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Local water logistics company expands in Chicago area

Indianapolis-based TPG Marine Enterprises LLC announced Thursday that it has acquired Chicago Dry Dock, a shipyard near Lake Michigan founded in 1979.
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Federal highway officials OK plans for Illiana Expressway

The Federal Highway Administration has approved plans for a 47-mile expressway between Illinois and Indiana.
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High court: No pay for Amazon warehouse security checks

The unanimous ruling Tuesday is a victory for the growing number of retailers and other companies that routinely screen workers to prevent employee theft.
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Indiana Rail Road founder to retire next year

Thomas G. Hoback will retire from the Indiana Rail Road Co. on June 30, 2015, and CSX Transportation executive Peter Mills will take his place.
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Order-fulfillment firm sells for $55M in cash

A publicly traded e-commerce firm has acquired Indianapolis-based Fifth Gear, a company with more than 500 employees that specializes in fulfilling consumer orders through catalogs and digital retail.
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