Since 1,400 parking meters in downtown Bloomington went online this week, they have been generating about $5,000 a day for the city.
Crews across South Central Indiana have been battling the weather since early Wednesday morning.
The city has created some temporary work-arounds to provide bicyclists and pedestrians easy access as construction continues.
Terre Haute is changing its guidelines for street closings to minimize the negative impacts to businesses during public events.
The Bloomington City Council decided in August to lower the speed limit on neighborhood roads since a federal mandate required signs to be replaced.
INDOT is requiring cities to replace street signs with new, more reflective signs, so Bloomington is taking that opportunity to include speed limit changes.
The garage is now handicap accessible 24 hours a day.
State lawmakers wasted no time once Democrats returned to the capital Monday following a five-week walkout.
There may be room for negotiation on one of the bills Indiana House Democrats say is a key to their return.