A nearly 40-mile-long pedestrian and biking trail in northern Indiana is moving closer to getting a pedestrian bridge over a state highway.
A group of Bloomington residents wants to see a pedestrian bridge go up over I-69 between Second and Third streets.
Public meetings are part of the city‘s push to transform much of Central Indiana into a bicycling haven.
City of Bloomington officials Tuesday announced a plan to make the city friendlier to bicyclists and pedestrians by 2016.
One student was killed and another was injured while walking to school Thursday. Police say a teacher was driving the car.
Bloomington's mayor says Indiana University won't have to foot the bill for improvements to its roadways alone.
Bloomington's mayor says he hopes an agreement can be reached to paint more crosswalks on streets through the Indiana University campus and educate users.
Campus police say keeping pedestrians safe from drivers is a hard problem to control, but other campus leaders say fewer building projects may be a start.