By U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood Feb 25, 2011 I’ve been pretty vocal about the economic benefits of moving forward on American high-speed rail. And yesterday was no different, when I was honored to speak at the Indiana Rail Summit. In addition to being the crossroads of America, Indiana is also the heartland of […]

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A good friend of mine recently needed make a trip to downtown Indianapolis…car was in the shop, no friend availability and so she took the bus. And it wasn’t easy. HEC is a huge friend of IndyGo and we know they do the best they can with the funds they have. But for Indianapolis (and […]

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Indianapolis Business Journal February 10, 2011 Even with work on the Interstate 69 extension proceeding in earnest downstate, environmental and citizens groups are suing to stop construction of the 142-mile link between Evansville and Indianapolis. The complaint filed this week in U.S. District Court by Hoosier Environmental Council and Citizens for Appropriate Rural Roads seeks […]

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Yesterday, HEC and our partners filed a complaint requesting that the federal court invalidate an Army Corps of Engineers permit issued for the I-69 Evansville-to-Indianapolis highway project. The permit, required by Section 404 of the Clean Water Act, authorized the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) to destroy valuable natural resources by rerouting streams and filling […]

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