Indianapolis Business Journal

JAN. 10-16, 2020

As IndyGo continues to iron out problems with the Red Line, it’s also considering making big changes to its paratransit service, called open door, for riders with disabilities. Susan Orr reports that the Chicago-based contractor has never met its goals for on-time performance, and IndyGo is now mulling major changes, including reducing its service area or bringing it in-house. Also in this week’s issue, Greg Andrews reports that a decade after an FBI raid shut down a massive Ponzi scheme engineered by Indianapolis businessman Tim Durham, a lawsuit finally is going to trial that could recoup millions of dollars for the fraud victims. And Anthony Schoettle has the story of a recent Purdue student who dug up some long-forgotten technology developed by NASA with expired patents. Ian Hamilton has repurposed that tech to create a revolutionary device that converts heat into electricity with a wide potential for game-changing applications.

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