‘Indy Moves’ program examines future of metro transportation

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — City officials launched the Indy Moves program to determine the status of transportation in Marion County and plot its future. At 400 square miles, Indianapolis has 8,175 miles of city-maintained roads that are augmented by bike lanes, sidewalks, greenways, railroad tracks and state and federal roads and interstates. Indianapolis drivers spend an average of 18 hours a year in vehicle congestion, according to a report compiled by the city and the Metropolitan Planning Organization, which is significantly less time than motorists in other peer cities such as Nashville, Denver and Columbus.

Source: Fox59

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