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City Council Is Not Pleased

In a controversial move, the city of Indianapolis agrees to provide $6 million to fund charging stations for electric-car car sharing service BlueIndy.

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Failure To Approve Electricity-Rate Hike Leaves BlueIndy $13 Million Short

Indianapolis's planned electric-vehicle car-sharing program is on hold because of cash shortage.

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Start your engines. Quietly. France's Bollore Group is putting a green spin on Indianapolis's motor-racing tradition by making official its planned debut of its all-electric car-sharing service in the US. It will be called, naturally, BlueIndy.

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Green car enthusiasts may have assumed that French electric car-sharing service Autolib would show up stateside in a city like San Francisco, Austin or Portland, but notoriously green Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard had other ideas.

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