INDOT previously said service on the line would end April 1 because of a Federal Railroad Administration decision to classify the state as a railroad carrier.
Members of the Indiana Tech men's and women‘s bowling teams, a head coach, the coach‘s wife and the driver were all on board.
Australia-based IFM Investors is expected to enter into a $5.7 billion agreement to operate the 157 mile road for the next 66 years.
The General Assembly hasn’t increased dollars in the state’s Public Mass Transportation Fund for seven years.
"I'd wanted to see what it looked like looking down instead of looking up," Nick Kusak says he knew he wanted to fly planes since he was 12 years old.
More passengers involved in December's Megabus crash on I-65 are filing lawsuits.
The Hoosier State Rail Line’s future had been in some doubt for months because of funding issues, but it wasn’t those concerns that led to INDOT’s announcement.
The bicycles would likely be primarily used along Columbus's 40-mile People Trail.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is hosting a series of public meetings to gather feedback about the route section six of Interstate 69 should take.
The Indianapolis International Airport has received this honor four of the past five years.