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February 14, 2013

Indiana's House Committee passes mass transit bill

More than 8,000 Hoosiers have signed petitions, encouraging lawmakers to authorize the referendum to place mass transit on the ballot so local voters can decide on how to fund an expanded transit system.


November 20, 2012

Ind. transit advocates push again for referendum

Despite facing another uphill battle with the General Assembly after a defeat last year, will re-introduce a plan that asks two counties to increase local income taxes by 0.3%. The funds would double bus service and add light rail and express transit service.


May 12, 2011

Indiana bans texting while driving

Under the new law, effective July 1, violators face a maximum fine of $500. The law extends the state's current texting ban to all drivers. Drivers under 18 are also prohibited from all cell phone use.


September 9, 2010

Indiana launches new public transportation system

Two new red and green buses designed to look like trolleys ride along four routes that include more than 100 designated stops, such as at hospitals, universities and shopping centers.


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