The cofounder and chairman of Fort Wayne-based Steel Dynamics Inc. is planning to sell his 16-car collection in one package.
City leaders will collaborate with officials from 21 other major municipalities to share best practices with a focus on creating transportation hubs and reshaping the use of right-of-way and curb space.
The overall dependability of vehicles increased this year for the first time since 2013, thanks to improving quality.
KAR has acquired a San Francisco-based startup that uses technology to help companies manage fleets of vehicles.
Mike Simmons has bought the former Chef’s Academy on East Washington Street and is refurbishing the building to appeal to car enthusiasts by adding meeting and event space.
Experts suggest using beet juice, molasses, and even beer or cheese waste to make slick roads safer, in an effort to stop polluting fresh water sources with salty runoff.
Mayor Joe Hogsett is echoing the chorus of community leaders and downtown residents expressing concern with the state’s $250 million plan to revamp the I-70/I-65 interchange.
The chamber and other coalition members favor options for the interstate project that would be more neighborhood-friendly.
The layoffs are expected to take place Feb. 2, according to a notice filed with state workforce development officials.
Butler is keeping its Butler Toyota dealership, but has sold off its Kia, Hyundai, Fiat, Maserati and Alfa Romeo dealerships to a major regional chain that has rebranded the locations.
The BlueIndy car-sharing program is facing a big challenge: How do you succeed when so many potential customers are unaware of, uninterested in, or even intimidated by what you’re trying to sell?
Under the rule, long-haul truckers would be required to use electronic logging devices to track their hours and miles. Currently, they can use paper logs to do so.
The Carmel-based vehicle reseller increased its full-year earnings forecast after seeing a 15 percent increase in third-quarter profit.
Gov. Eric Holcomb on Thursday announced the creation of an 11-member committee that will help determine how to spend the money.
The Carmel City Council still has to approve the agreement, which would allow the suburb to continue its plan to construct roundabouts along 96th Street at three intersections.
The Carmel-based vehicle reseller announced Tuesday that it intends to develop a new corporate campus that includes a 250,000-square-foot headquarters that provides room for 400 additional employees.
State officials say the interchange on the northeast outskirts of downtown is 50 years old and reaching the end of its useful life. But project details are still fuzzy.