The Central Indiana Personal Mobility Network is in its early stages. But the general idea is to use technology, including a smartphone app and other tools, to make it easier for people to use IndyGo and other local transportation options, including Blue Indy electric-car sharing, Indiana Pacers Bikeshare, Uber, and Lyft.
Having blanket regulations would make it easier for cutting-edge companies to roll out autonomous vehicles and related technology across the country, the leaders said Thursday at an IBJ event focusing on transportation megatrends.
The project is the first step in a multi-million-dollar upgrade of the downtown retail hub. Also in Property Lines: Crew Carwash, Joella's Hot Chicken, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Poke Guru and Game Paradise.
The free card offers discounts at 18 east-side establishments, mostly restaurants and shops. Also in Property Lines: new drinking and dining options on the south side; Valvoline adds to local footprint.