Some homeowners say more people are parking in residential neighborhoods, but city officials say the congestion is because of the start of the academic year.
Since 1,400 parking meters in downtown Bloomington went online this week, they have been generating about $5,000 a day for the city.
A proposal going before the Bloomington city council would virtually eliminate free parking from the downtown retail district.
The roundabout at Sare and Rogers roads cost nearly $2.5 million and was completed four days ahead of schedule.
The department has lost eight staff members to budget cuts -- many of them long-tenured -- and will only be able to replace two.
The Bloomington City Council will vote next week whether to install permanent speed cushions in the Prospect Hill neighborhood.
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.
The city has been considering purchasing Global Electronic Motorcars. Officials hope to set an example for the community to consider alternative transportation.