Indianapolis Business Journal

AUG. 13-19, 2021

If you need to take an ambulance to an emergency room, prepare yourself for a long trip. Hospitals are suffering severe nursing shortages as demand for services increases, which is leading them to divert ambulances to other hospitals in central Indiana at an unprecedented rate, IBJ’s John Russell reports. Also in this week’s issue, Leslie Bonilla Muñiz explains how IndyGo has found an intermediate step between its current fleet and an all-electric transit system, ordering $26 million in hybrid buses. And Mickey Shuey takes stock of Roger Penske’s progress so far in upgrading the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and reinvigorating the IndyCar series.

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Conexus sees new CEO as just the right ‘maker’

With a last name that means “maker of carts,” Fred Cartwright jokes that he was destined to work in some form of transportation manufacturing. After carving out a nearly four-decade career in manufacturing innovation, he is now the president and CEO of Conexus Indiana.

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Letter: New districts should be competitive, too

Contrary to the editorial’s position, districts should also be made competitive to foster discussion and debate of crucial issues at the district level. Indiana’s current districts contribute to harmful polarization.

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