Indiana sits at the crossroads of America. We need a world-class public transportation system and should end policies better suited to the middle of the last century than 2020.
Hamilton County residents, many of whom work in Indianapolis and nearby suburbs, should have more options to make commute times shorter and less expensive.
Mike supports a repeal of Indiana’s ban on light rail service and funding for a rapid transit system. He opposes new toll roads and any measures that would disadvantage already struggling working families.
But Indiana should go further, designing walkable communities with easy access to jobs, restaurants, grocery stores, schools, and shops, so that more Hoosiers can forego costly, time-consuming commutes.