Articles

Is going multimodal next for Carmel?

Carmel’s virtual Disney World of new, high-density attractions—from the mixed-use City Center to the Carmel Arts and Design
District—were built with walking and biking access in mind. A recently completed study shows the potential to link numerous
other city destinations by multiple forms of transportation.

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Plan for optional interstate tolls may hit potholes

A proposal to add optional toll lanes to parts of Interstates 69 and 65 raises all kinds of questions, such as how to squeeze
more lanes into the crowded I-69 corridor northeast of the city. And it’s debatable whether toll lanes could make more
money than they cost to implement.

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More mobility options mean opportunity

The Central Indiana Transit Task Force unveiled a comprehensive plan for mass transit. It’s a combination of expanded
bus service and light rail that addresses the challenges of urban residents seeking job opportunities across the metro areas.

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East-west rail line could boost Indianapolis’ core

With traffic congestion growing, the idea of sending streetcars zipping down Washington Street—from
far-east-side Cumberland to Indianapolis International Airport on the west—is making a return. And
the route could offer the best bang for the buck in spurring transit-oriented development.

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