Originally posted to indystar.com on February 21, 2017 by James Briggs. A proposed tax increase that would pay for a mass transit expansion in Indianapolis is approaching its final hurdle. The Rules and Public Policy Committee on Tuesday approved the 0.25 percent income tax hike, sending it to the full City-County Council. The council is […]

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Originally posted to wthr.com on February 21, 2017 by Mary Milz. INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – The City-County Council has approved a plan raising the county income tax to help fund mass transit. The plan calls for raising the county income tax 0.25 percent, or $100 for each $40,000 of taxable income. Doing so would raise $54 […]

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Originally posted to ibj.com on February 21, 2017 by Susan Orr. A proposed Marion County transit tax—one that would pay for more buses, more frequent pickups and rapid transit routes—moved closer to reality Tuesday after a City-County Council committee agreed to move the issue forward for full council debate next week. With a 5-2 vote, the […]

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Originally posted to nuvo.net on February 01, 2017 by Amber Stearns. At the end of February, the City-County Council will vote on whether or not to take the next step toward a mass transit plan in Indianapolis. That step would create a new local option income tax, taking 25 cents from every $100 earned by Marion County […]

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Originally posted to wishtv.com on January 30, 2017 by Jessica Winters. INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Monday night, the Indianapolis City-County Council held its first hearing on the mass transit plan. The public were allowed to voice their opinions on a tax that would help expand the Marion County transit system. The public hearing was held at the […]

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