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Guest Post by Anonymous: Scooters are not the Problem

Guest Post by Anonymous: Scooters are not the Problem
Editor’s note: this article does not necessarily reflect my personal opinion. I welcome a counterpoint article, which I would also post anonymously. This post was written before the scooters were removed from the streets. Scooters Are Not the Problem Recently, Indianapolis has been taken over by a new form of transportation: scooters! These little objects are a new form of micromobility for the city; a means of getting around without a single-occupancy vehicles. They’re nimble, easily accessible, and take up very little space. But first, a little clarity; what is micromobility and how does it...
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New Student Housing Development

New Student Housing Development
Another parking lot may bite the dust. Here is a continuation of developments along Indiana Avenue. Social Media ...
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Remnant Sidewalks Part III: The Pedestrian Bridge over Madison Avenue

Remnant Sidewalks Part III: The Pedestrian Bridge over Madison Avenue
This is the third post in a series on sidewalks or pathways that exist in places where no car traffic can travel. Parts I and II can be found here and here. The near south-side seems to have a decent amount of these remnant sidewalks for some reason. One of the most endearing is the pedestrian bridge over Madison Avenue, which connects Lincoln with Palmer Street. In an ideal world, kids could cross this bridge to and from the school located on the bottom right of this aerial: The area has long featured some of our more intriguing graffiti: This is a well-trodden footpath that looks slightly...
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Remnant Sidewalks Part II: Wright and Sanders Streets, Near South Side

Remnant Sidewalks Part II: Wright and Sanders Streets, Near South Side
This is the second post in a series on sidewalks or pathways that exist in places where no car traffic can travel. The first post can be found here. The next link in this series was actually mentioned to me in the comments of the first post. It is just one block long, and connects Sanders Street with Morris Street, right next to I-65. I only took 2 photos of this one, although one of them features an interesting mural. There will be another, longer post up soon of one of my old favorite pathways.     Social Media ...
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Sears at Castleton Closes: How to Rethink the Space Amidst the Retail Apocalypse

Sears at Castleton Closes: How to Rethink the Space Amidst the Retail Apocalypse
We knew it was going to happen eventually.   Sears Holdings Company recently announced the latest wave of closures for its two flagship department stores—Sears and Kmart—and they did not spare metro Indy from the chopping block. This time around, the Sears is closing at Castleton Square Mall, the largest and, in most regards, the best-known mall in the region. Once Sears is gone, the chain will only have one location left in the entire metro of two million: down on the south side, at Greenwood Park Mall.   We could assert that Sears’ departure is a huge blow to Castleton, but the...
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