The Indianapolis Public Schools and IndyGo bus system are studying whether the two can create a transportation partnership for students.
Five companies, including Amtrak, have submitted proposals for how they can improve the rail line in an attempt to reduce costs while increasing ridership.
Total car and truck sales hit nearly $1.4 million in April.
Indianapolis will receive a $250,000 grant over the next two years for more bicycle projects.
The bikeshare program includes 250 bicycles at 25 stations in downtown Indianapolis.
The state plans to upgrade State Road 37 to interstate standards by 2016.
The Milton-Madison Bridge on the Kentucky, Indiana border is now the longest bridge in North America to be slid laterally into place.
The money will be used to add lanes to Interstate 65 just south of Indianapolis and around Lafayette.
INDOT typically spends about $30 million in road repairs and maintenance each winter.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is asking companies for proposals on how they would make the Hoosier State line more cost efficient.