Friday, January 26, 2018


For obvious reasons.

INDIANAPOLIS -- In order to make Indianapolis more attractive as home to Amazon's second headquarters, a House committee gave the green light Wednesday to a bill that would lift the current ban on light rail that's written into Indiana law.

Amazon said direct access to rail, train, subway/metro and bus routes is one of four key requirements in its request for proposals.

State Rep. Justin Moed (D-Indianapolis) says all mass transit options need to be on the table to keep Indy in the race for Amazon's second headquarters.