Four years in, Blue Indy car-sharing service still stuck in the red
Blue Indy has yet to see a money-making year, and the company’s top Indianapolis official says he can’t predict when that will happen.Read More
The utility says it wants to keep most of its coal-fired plants in Indiana running through much of the next decade, while gradually investing in wind, solar and other renewable energy sources.
The transit system has hit some speed bumps as it works to implement a new model of electric bus that will be its fleet for the Red Line, the rapid-transit route that begins service Labor Day weekend.
IndyGo and bus maker BYD Ltd. say they’re confident the electric buses Indianapolis plans to use for the Red Line will meet the system’s needs.
The company's straws are an alternative to plastic straws, which are being banned or restricted in some places. It said demand was skyrocketing for the product.
The plan calls for borrowing the money for the work, which would also add six city entryways welcoming visitors.
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?
A developer wants to build a $20 million office and retail building at the northwest corner of East 86th Street and North Keystone Avenue.
Allison’s hybrid bus transmission sales have tanked, and the company says it’s postponing production of hybrid truck transmissions until market conditions improve.
Club directors chose to sell 12.5 acres to the Central Indiana Land Trust after considering an offer from a local developer who wanted to build homes on the property.
About 75 people joined city officials at the Garfield Park Arts Center on Wednesday afternoon for a meeting to discuss ideas for a new citywide recycling program.
The strict standards of the Dec. 12 Paris agreement leave some observers wondering whether politicians understand the implications of the goals they signed up for.
Ballard is trying to spark a national conversation about how America’s dependence on oil is killing our troops—and how we can fix it.
BlueIndy plans to charge past its skeptics as its electric car-sharing program launches in Indianapolis Sept. 2, leaving behind the political consternation about whether Mayor Greg Ballard went rogue in green-lighting the program in the first place.
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