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Celadon sees more profit, revenue in latest quarter

Celadon Group Inc. saw profit increase 21.2 percent in its latest quarter as revenue climbed 10.5 percent, the Indianapolis-based trucking firm announced Wednesday.
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UPS predicts 11-percent hike in December packages

United Parcel Service Inc. said Wednesday that it will handle 585 million packages worldwide in December.
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Republic Airways reports improved quarterly results

Indianapolis-based Republic Airways Holdings Inc. on Tuesday reported higher revenue and profit in the third quarter.
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Indiana Toll Road operator wins approval of bankruptcy plan

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Pamela S. Hollis in Chicago on Tuesday granted ITR Concession Co. approval of the reorganization plan, which is supported by more than 87 percent of senior secured debtholders.
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Ballard unveils $32M plan to rent electric-vehicle fleet

Mayor Greg Ballard announced Tuesday morning a plan to replace gas-powered cars in the city's fleet with 425 all-electric and hybrid vehicles by 2016. Indianapolis is the vendor's first customer.
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Fourteen hurt in Indiana Amtrak crash with semi

An Amtrak train traveling from Indianapolis to Chicago collided Tuesday morning with a semitrailer in its path along northwestern Indiana rail tracks, injuring at 14 people aboard the train, police said.
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State won't try to reclaim Indiana Toll Road from bankrupt operator

Indiana Public Finance director Kendra York said in a letter that the state doesn't want to take over responsibility for running and maintaining the 157-mile road.
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Museum keeps historic trains rolling through central Indiana

Founded in 1960, the Indiana Transportation Museum has been working for decades to preserve the Nickel Plate Railroad’s legacy by offering guests what it calls “moving experiences”—literally.
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INDOT faces time crunch on Chicago rail line

State officials are still negotiating with a Chicago firm chosen to take over the Hoosier State rail service from Amtrak. The deal is supposed to be complete by Feb. 1.
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Six things to know about Indiana’s new scooter law

Thousands of Hoosiers who drive scooters and mopeds will face new restrictions and requirements starting Jan. 1.
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