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Indianapolis Residents Seem To Like Electric Car Sharing

In the first two months, BlueIndy says it has signed up over 500 people to annual memberships and has seen its EVs go on over 3,000 rides.


Two-Door EVs Are Made In Italy, May Start France Production

Electric vehicles used in Indianapolis's new car-sharing service may be available to the public, fleets.


BlueIndy faces lingering questions about city subsidies and complaints about charging stations tying up parking spaces.


Program May Cost As Much As $2.7 Million, Begets Free Charging Station

Atlanta will lease 50 electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids for as long as eight years.


Bollore BlueCars Not Available Anywhere Else In America

Indianapolis' BlueIndy all-electric car sharing service starts up today, with residents and visitors now able to access the EVs for short-term rentals.


We Test Out Bollore's All-Electric Short-Term EV Rentals

We pay a visit to Indianapolis to learn more about the BlueIndy carsharing service. It offers all-electric BlueCars to the public for by-the-minute drives.


BlueIndy Carsharing Fleet Also Causing Friction

Indianapolis is having trouble with its plug-in cars, both the BlueIndy carsharing vehicles and the Vision Fleet municipal fleet.


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.


To set the pace at the 99th Indianapolis 500, the Brickyard has selected a Corvette for the 13th time, and the track's winningest driver, Jeff Gordon, to pilot it.


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.


A garbage truck fueled by carbon fiber tanks full of compressed natural gas exploded in Indianapolis, IN, after a fire started in the back of the vehicle. The cylinders were reportedly thrown up to a quarter-mile away, damaging five nearby businesses. One firefighter suffered minor injuries.


New Settlement Drops Monthly Fee From 44 to 28 Cents

The BlueIndy carsharing program is currently being tested in Indianapolis, IN, but there is already some good news to report. The utility company supporting the all-electric-vehicle system, Indianapolis Power And Light, originally thought it would charge its customers 44 cents a month for BlueIndy, but that number has been dropped to 28 cents after a settlement with the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor.


Last season Chevy reskinned and rebranded its NASCAR stock racer after the new SS, so we knew it would only be a matter of time before the Bowtie brand's latest muscle sedan would be pressed into duty as a pace car. And now that time has come.


This past weekend was Memorial Day weekend, folks, and you know what that means: racing. There was the Monaco Grand Prix for Formula One fans, and back Stateside there was the Indianapolis 500. You might expect to see a name like Maserati pop up at the former more than the latter, but that wasn't always the case.


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.


Let's make a new rule. From here on out, all racecar drivers and pit crew members must wear Google Glass during the race. While they'd all look pretty ridiculous, at least we'd get more videos like this one.


The 100th running of the Indy 500 will happen in 2016, and in anticipation of the centenary celebrations, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway has begun Project 100. As part of a request the track made for state funding to assist with the plan (which is expected to cost from $70 million to $100 million), track officials have announced plans to upgrade infrastructure, add more video boards and better grandstands. Fan experiences and promotional venues are also part of the plan, and better lighting cou


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.


Indianapolis-area plug-in vehicle owners looking to burn a bunch of dollars at the local mall can at least save a few by plugging into a solar-powered station at the Clay Terrace mall in Carmel, the New York Times reports.


Indianapolis is moving to replace its entire vehicle fleet with electric and plug-in hybrid options. The Detroit News reports mayor Greg Ballard signed an executive order this week that will see Indianapolis replace its sedans with EVs.


You can't say EnerDel isn't still giving it the old college try.

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