Officials seek $13 million needed for Indianapolis car share

April 1, 2015 7:26 PM

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Indianapolis officials are working to shore up $13 million in funding needed to start up the BlueIndy electric car share program.

The city, Indianapolis Power & Light and the French conglomerate that owns BlueIndy are in talks about where to get the money, The Indianapolis Star ( ) reports. In February, the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission rejected a city request to boost electric rates so the utilit...

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