Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Rapid Transit Route Decided?

Central Indiana officials have identified a possible rapid transit route along the northeast side of Indianapolis and will soon begin taking public input, reports Inside INdiana Business.

The rapid transit corridor would run along the State Fair Train route which begins north of Fishers and runs to Union Station in downtown Indianapolis. Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization Manager Mike Dearing says the route is already owned by a public entity, The Hoosier Heritage Port Authority.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

We will be getting our rapid transit just as soon as rail is about to go out of style and usefulness.