Full Speed Ahead For Rapid Transit To Indianapolis
Worsening traffic congestion clogging roads in the greater Indianapolis area has caused the Indianapolis Regional Transportation Council to vote in favor of implementing a mass transit system--the first in the metro region--to serve local commuters. Planning the next steps for the initial corridor, which is expected to last about eight months, will focus on selecting a route, choosing a transit mode, and resolving funding questions. The endeavor is estimated to cost as much as $850 million.
Thanks to Deborah Myerson