Still trying to raise money, Carmel-based Legacy Travel Club Inc. recently hit a milestone with a proof-of-concept day trip to Michigan.
Thor Industries Inc. has purchased privately held Jayco Corp. in hopes that it will help attract younger customers looking for more modest travel abodes.
While they wait for $75 million in federal funding to come through, transit officials are trying to ensure the first phase of the Red Line is shovel-ready.
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis enlisted some heavy-hitters—including Andrew Luck—to attract sponsors to the massive project. Still unknown: how the expansion will affect museum ticket prices.
Developed directly north of the museum, the 7.5-acre Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience will include facilities for basketball, football, golf, running, tennis, soccer and motorsports.
Struggling Indianapolis-based oil company Calumet Specialty Products Partners announced Tuesday that it has sold its interest in a $430 million refinery that it co-developed in North Dakota.
For the first weekday morning commute at the Julia M. Carson Transit Center, IndyGo workers fanned out to help riders get their bearings. Traffic lights didn’t always cooperate.
The Department of Metropolitan Development is soliciting bids for masonry, roofing, skylight and steel work at the 130-year-old downtown landmark.
Angie Carr Klitzsch is EmployIndy’s new president and CEO, and Marie Mackintosh is chief operating officer.
At times of peak leisure travel, the airport’s economy parking lot fills up entirely, an airport official said. Throughout the year, the airport garage can get so full that only roof-level parking is available.
Teams of IndyGo volunteers, called “transit ambassadors,” are on foot at bus stops around the city, spreading the word about big changes that will affect all 31 of the system’s routes.
An Uber driver from Marion County has filed a class-action complaint against the ride-on-demand company, claiming that Uber treats its drivers like employees but classifies them as independent contractors in order to skirt labor laws.
The challenge, according to an author of a study of pedestrian-friendly cities, is picking up ground on the dozens of major metro areas that also are making walkability a higher priority.
Ed Wenck, former radio personality and current managing editor for Nuvo, is leaving after less than three years at the alternative weekly for a quieter career out of the public spotlight.
The Indianapolis-based maker of Deet insect repellent and a slew of specialty chemicals already has an offer worth $453.8 million.
As it continues to work through its Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization, Indianapolis-based Republic Airways Holdings Inc. is seeking to get out of leases for 29 of its airplanes and two facilities.