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"indigo board" Discussed on Upgrade Hospitality - der Podcast für Hotellerie und Gastronomie

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02:15 min | 1 year ago

"indigo board" Discussed on Upgrade Hospitality - der Podcast für Hotellerie und Gastronomie

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"indigo board" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"indigo board" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"White BC Mashaba I want to state for the record I get no pleasure out of the story I want to say it for the record people were sending me this story like my gosh if only there'd been somebody on radio who said this exact thing was going to happen no no no no no I am no soothsayer all I did was listen to the experts all I did was take a look at the facts all I did was take all the data and realize that it meant something and then we talked about it together Tony Katz ninety three W. I. B. C. good morning so good to be with you indigo is canceling electric bus order and buying diesels settle down settle down yes we called it everything that happens in New Mexico in Albuquerque is happening here first you had the purchasing of the buses from B. Y. D. which stands for build your dreams a Chinese company then you had the realization of the buses could not go as far as they were supposed to on a charge an Indianapolis decided well that was going to be solved because the U. ideals gonna put in charging stations the bus would just hover over it and then the battery would charge job and then everything will be fine there would be no disruptions service then we saw them install this thing we said yeah this is a problem for traffic and they said what ABS and then we saw that the rubber dividers that they were putting into some break the lanes of bus traffic we're going to be now ripped out in places for concrete which is what we thought was going to happen we got mocked by the city county council for saying so then we found that yes indeed the buses couldn't last on that charge but no we had no charging stations at that's okay we haven't paid for the bus is yet who don't pay until we get the charging stations then we learned that the buses didn't have heat and you couldn't retrofit certain buses you have to order different buses to be able to order the heaters on the bus and then we saw Albuquerque say you know what we're gonna go with diesel thank you very much you can't do the job and now we've seen in Indianapolis everything that we said was going to happen every problem that we saw and that we outlined not from a place of anger but from a place of honesty has come to pass on Thursday the indigo board approved the purchase of thirteen forty foot diesel buses at a cost of seven and a half million dollars they'll be implemented on route thirty nine the future purple line by June twenty twenty when the new grid system and schedules are introduced that according to the Indy star they canceled the order for five I. B. Y. the electric buses which would have cost six point five million that plus a million line of credit will be applied to the devices you have failed to indigo you have failed city county council you have failed and your answer to the people of Indianapolis is giving them the middle finger and saying bite me soccer is eight not a damn thing you can do about it we're going to destroy more traffic patterns were gonna hurt more businesses we failed in our answer is we still move forward my gosh this is in the ideology this is a cult this is the culture of the bus I I would like to know where you get your robes maybe those are are made in America perhaps just perhaps the system work and no one wants to ride them you an eight percent increase in ridership last month big big cheering eight percent interesting things in ridership last month I wrote I read that story of course I did keep an eye on all the things that you do eight percent when you've been down how much when you show no interest in it in the cold weather so it now the buses only a warm weather option and not even for all people why do we have to fail why do we have to go down this road will we can be inventive and creative I've often said I can't get in the Annapolis to stop using buses but could I get them to stop doing this I was unsuccessful in stopping them on the red line and if you listen to Bob possibly the president the Indianapolis city county council the blue in the purple there common this is happening what do you like it or not with your business suffers or not whether your traffic pattern suffer or not this is happening you can give tax credits to people these over and left to put more people to work we have to do this when we knew the buses didn't work we knew they couldn't handle the call me they knew we knew they couldn't go charge when we knew eventually you have to switch to diesel we didn't call it because because we're geniuses we called it because we're honest which is much more than I can say for the Indianapolis city county council.

"indigo board" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"indigo board" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Law the world starting at a dollar I want to state for the record I get no pleasure out of the story I want to say it for the record people were sending me this story but like my gosh if only there'd been somebody on radio who said this exact thing was going to happen no no no no no I am no soothsayer all I did was listen to the experts all I did was take a look at the facts all I did was take all the data and realize that it meant something and then we talked about it together Tony counts ninety three W. I. B. C. good morning so good to be with you indigo is canceling an electric bus order and buying diesels settle down settle down yes we called it everything that happens in New Mexico in Albuquerque is happening here first you had the purchasing of the buses from B. Y. D. which stands for build your dreams a Chinese company then you had the realization of the buses could not go as far as they were supposed to on a charge an Indianapolis decided well that was gonna be solved because the U. ideals gonna put in charging stations the bus would just cover over it and then the battery would charge job and then everything will be fine there would be no disruption to service then we saw them install this thing we said yeah this is a problem for traffic and they said what ABS and then we saw the robber dividers that they were putting in to separate the lanes of bus traffic we're going to be now ripped out in places for concrete which is what we thought was going to happen we got mocked by the city county council for saying so then we found that yes indeed the buses couldn't last on that charge but no we had no charging station and that's okay we haven't paid for the bus is Jack who don't pay until we get the charging stations then we learned that the buses didn't have heat and you couldn't retro fit certain buses you have to order different buses to be able to order the heaters on the bus and then we saw Albuquerque say you know what we're gonna go with diesel thank you very much you can't do the job and now we've seen in Indianapolis everything that we said was going to happen every problem that we saw and that we outlined not from a place of anger but from a place of honesty has come to pass on Thursday the indigo board approved the purchase of thirteen forty foot diesel buses at a cost of seven and a half million dollars they'll be implemented on route thirty nine the future purple line by June twenty twenty when the new grid system and schedules are introduced that according to the Indy star they canceled the order for five I. B. Y. the electric buses which would have cost six point five million that plus a million line of credit will be applied to the diesel buses you have failed indigo you have failed city county council you have failed and your answer to the people of Indianapolis is giving them the middle finger and saying bite me suckers eight not a damn thing you can do about it we're going to destroy more traffic patterns were gonna hurt more businesses we failed in our answer is we still move forward my gosh this is in the ideology this is a call to this is the culture of the bus I I would like to know where you get your robes maybe those are are made in America perhaps just perhaps the buses don't work in no one wants to ride them you an eight percent increase in ridership last month big big cheering eight percent interest increase in ridership last month I I read that story of course I did keep an eye on all the things that you do eight percent when you've been down how much when you show no interest in it in the cold weather so now the buses only a warm weather option and not even for all people why do we have to fail why do we have to go down this road will we can be inventive and creative I've often said I can't get in the Annapolis to stop using buses but could I get them to stop doing this I was unsuccessful in stopping them on the red line and if you listen to Bob possibly the present the Indianapolis city county council the blue in the purple their common this is happening what do you like it or not with your business suffers or not with your traffic pattern suffer or not this is happening you can give tax credits to people these Ober left to put more people to work we have to do this when we knew the buses didn't work we knew they couldn't handle the cold woman they knew we knew they couldn't go charge when we knew eventually you have to switch to diesel we didn't call it because we're geniuses we called it because were honest which is much more than I can say for the Indianapolis city county council indigo map where he's got traveled on the files of the mapping around seven thirty sevens of bones if you donate one hundred sixty three for that matter yeah it's the right shoulder left shoulder let's block right now we have a hole in the Armen complex right after that comes up from thirty seven took out some vehicles and they are over on the shoulders right now crews are working on it and we do have a back up there on the south.

"indigo board" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"indigo board" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Immediately resign as for the whistle blower the AP in your times report it's a CI a employee who was assigned to the White House. America's listening the fox news. three W. Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go. they're supposed to re open soon a mostly sunny morning so far fifty five degrees on monument circle the high today eighty seven I'm John Herrick here's what's trending at eight OO to the meridian street I seventy ramps were supposed to open today but we'll have to wait on that just a little bit longer matched pair yeah John those eyes seventy ramps of meridian street south of downtown are still closed they were supposed to re open this morning at six AM that is not the case today got pushed until Sunday morning at six AM in the meantime you can still use west street Harding street as ways in and out of downtown you could also use northbound southbound sixty five between this what's the access downtown details at W. I. B. C. traffic from the W. I. B. C. traffic center speaking to workers at Macalester machinery in Indy vice president and former governor Mike pence called for adoption of the U. S. Mexico Canada trade agreements we have before the Congress what will be the largest trade deal in American history and I came to Indiana to say it's time for Congress to pass the U. S. Mexico Canada agreement so far only Mexico has ratified the deal replacing now after a fatal bus crash in Bloomington police there say it happened around noon yesterday on walnut street shortly after the bus and pulled away from the downtown terminal a woman was killed also a fatal crash on the southeast side of indie around eight last night I MPD says it happened at the intersection of Shelbyville road in five points road they say a motorcycle in another car collided one person died officers are checking to see if either drivers were impaired found guilty of sexual battery that's the case for a man from Greenwood rob Connor reports the Johnson County prosecutor's office says twenty two year old Tian Toliver sexually touched his girlfriend's little sister while she was sleeping the girl whose name and age have not been released was taken to Riley children's hospital for an exam which showed a laceration on her privates Toliver will be sentenced on October twenty first rob counted ninety three W.. a B. C. mobile news if you think you're running out of time to ride the red line for free you're not that's because indigo decided to extend free rides on the red line until November tenth the indigo board of directors says they decided to do that because many writers have reported having issues riding the red line so far the Indianapolis Colts going for consecutive win number three Sunday against the Oakland Raiders colts quarterback Jacoby burset are there to you know last year we what we ran to to them too and you know the tough game I can now honestly to the end of the game is when we kinda took off you know their their coach will they got very good players kick off at one o'clock Sunday on ninety three five and one of seven five the fan as well as country ninety seven one Hank FM I'm John Herrick on the level on the go and on Twitter at ninety three W. I. B. C. and W. Y. B. C. dot com eight oh five traffic.

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"indigo board" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

"indigo board" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Dave America's listening the fox news. three W. Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go. if they ratify and prosperity will follow a clear radar fifty five degrees on monument circle right now I'm John here records what's trending at six oh two the trump administration promises the U. S. Mexico Canada trade agreement will bring greater success to American manufacturers like McAllister machinery in Indianapolis for vice president and former governor Mike pence told workers Thursday is a great American success story and it's about to become even more successful for Indiana in the future thank you Chris thank you McAllister so far only Mexico as ratified the treaty which is intended to replace the old nafta agreement extension for free rides on the red line the red lines already offering free rides through Indianapolis but now indigo says they're extending free rides through November tenth indigo's board of directors says they're doing that because of issues that writers have dealt with during the first month of the red line being up and running discussions continue in the nation's capital over whether or not to impeach president trump it may be hard for you to figure out who and what to believe you any political science professor Laura Wilson says be willing to look at it from the other point of view I recommend what if it was a different person so what if it was if you're Democrat what has a democratic president or vice versa she tells our news gathering partners it wish TV that even if the house votes to impeach him it'll be difficult for the Senate to convict the average price for gas in Indianapolis to forty seven a gallon says gasbuddy that's down about ten cents from where it was Monday and a phone scam targeting people on social security Ashley fallow reports a scammer will claim to be from the Social Security Administration and says your benefits will be suspended it will then prompt you to press one if you think this is a mistake if you do you'll be asked for money and personal information if you get this.

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"indigo board" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:00 min | 3 years ago

"indigo board" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The time is seven forty seven. some very in a absolutely terrific story by Russell Quaid. with the headline over their CBS four Indy. city officials celebrate launch week of redline came in interesting bit of information me I'm Tony cats ninety three W. I. B. C. seriously fantastic work for us I I've never met Russ fantastic. they talk about all the people who spoke yesterday that you know open up the the red line how great this is ours mayor Hahn said former mayor Ballard it was congressman Andre Carson was the city kind of comes city county council president obviously all right was former present Matthew Lewis and they're all wrong I mean they're all miserably terribly horrifically wrong and there's a big question about where's the vision in this city. well. the things that Ross McQuaid notes is that in twenty thirteen it was the high water mark of passengers ten million five hundred thousand. for the buses in Indianapolis. and that was also during the Superbowl. and now it's eight point eight million a year so the number has gone down has not increased. and also there were free fares was there I think that that they were just letting you on the bus. then he says the following October first two thousand seventeen indigo began collecting revenue from a new transit tax paid for by those people who live in Marion County a hundred million dollars has been raised from that money. the legislation to permit the transit tax referendum state lawmakers said that the bus agencies establish a tax free foundations to match up to ten percent of the revenues they would receive from the new income taxes. so in February two thousand seventeen city county counters were told by indigo board treasurer Greg Hon that's such a foundation was getting put together to raise funds to extend the buying power all of these new tax revenues. but there was no penalty put in place if this foundation. was not created so they were told Hey create these tax free foundations raise ten percent of whatever it is that you get to the taxes so you've got you know if you're really taking care of the people's money but there was a no. I don't see if there was no five oh one C. three that was approved up. so indigo received iris to approval such Fundacion this summer two years later. but according to wrestle Quaid there's no indication that the Indianapolis public transportation foundation is staffed operational they were told to put together a foundation to make sure they weren't wasting your money they were actually gathering more funds in order to make sure your money went further they didn't do it for two years they finally got it done in terms of getting it approved by the IRS but we don't know whether or not they have one or not. well. thanks I'm. that's exactly what we think of Indianapolis government. completely and totally non responsive not caring in no way worrying about whether the people are happy because what people don't pay attention maybe that's it maybe it's because it's our like that officials really seem to have a disdain for the people. everyone up there cheering on the red line. this hi rapid bus it's not high speed then go at a higher speed but is that the all the painting that you see all those lands as big red lanes buses going the wrong way down one way streets that's the red one. that's the red one. it's a terrible idea. the bus is a twentieth century solution we live in the twenty first century. buses are not the answer. but it leads to a bigger question. what does Indianapolis want you have heard me discuss the idea vision what's the plan of the city. plan for Indianapolis it's this well this is that we're gonna track the youths. we're gonna we're gonna put in a bus. the bus ridership is down is Randy McQuay mentioned. right now it is flat over last year. all the look at all the people came out to check out the redline yes it's free in the month of September. show me what it's like in December show me what it's like in March. let's go all the way down the line here. listen if this thing ends up being a world class hit Indianapolis I'll tell everyone they're crazy but okay I can I can own that I'm not too worried about me. the leadership of Indianapolis isn't too worried about what the future is. the question is why not. why is it that they seemed so totally enamored with the idea of their ideology and the total lack of vision that comes across with it. how does the city actually build and grow how does this city actually attract talent and job opportunities. the argument is well if you have a bus there for more businesses are going to come. no if you have more things for people to do after work businesses will come because people want to be here. you gotta have night life you gotta have day life it's why I talk about a performing arts center. yeah I once had this conversation with people and and it was a converse gotten to a racial conversation the idea of well I don't think you're gonna you know he'll problems in Indianapolis with with the arts I'm not trying to heal problems in Indianapolis I'm trying to bring more people to Indianapolis more job opportunities to Indianapolis which creates more growth which creates better opportunities on all of the subjects. but I believe what sports did for for Indianapolis the arts will be the next step and that's the way we need to go and that's the way we need to build. when I when the mayor wants so as street lights no problem. but you had a a crime plan for four years you haven't done the job of going to notice. and the thing you want to hang your hat on in the city county council is not only the red line but doing more of it. no one wants a bus. the numbers prove it good job on Russell quay what kind of city do we want a question no one running for mayor is actually asking or answering map out what's going on. all right grant said he got Kelly northbound.

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"indigo board" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"indigo board" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The I guess you can call them. Protesters of the dedicated bus line in regards to the red line. Julia Jason hammer here now in your video package that I watch I did see like the owner of Molin Janis who's been very outright. Very forefront. Chuck. Yeah. About not being a big fan of what's happening with this construction. But were there other business owners who might not have saw what this was going to entail? When they initially supported this red line. Would they surprised by this construction? Yeah. And it's interesting that you bring up shock. Because he was one of those people, and he told me she initially voted for measure that resulted in this project approved, and he told me that now the time when he went along with it a couple of years ago. She had no idea that there was going to be a dedicated bus lane. And he had no idea. It was going to be right. His business that he's on to twenty years. So what are they the people that don't like this what do they propose instead? Their alternative is designed being used along different parts of the indigo breadline proud imposing anything that is not already being planned for other abortions route they want Knicks, wait. So you won't be able to travel alongside regular car. They don't want that dedicated bus lanes. Joya? Did you get a chance to reach out to the mayor's office in today? Give a response to these complaints. I did reach out. And there were a couple of protesters at at that rally yesterday. And there was a holy for. Gene concerns to do something about it to address their concerns with the indigo board is aborted. Shutting board of directors. We reached out and as folks or the mayor dot back to me. She basically redirected my back, indeed our shift planes. Even though it is a miserable corporation is not directly under the control. The mayor is under the control of the city council. One more thing before we let you go. You mentioned.

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"indigo board" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"indigo board" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The I guess you can call them. Protesters of the dedicated bus line in regards to the red line. Julia Jason hammer here now in your video package that I watch I did see like the owner of Mohan Janis who's been very outright. Very forefront. Chuck. Yeah. About not being a big fan of what's happening with this construction. But were there other business owners who might not have saw what this was going to entail? When they initially supported this red line. Would they surprised by this construction? Yeah. Interesting. You bring up shock because she was one of those people, and he told me she initially voted for measure that resulted in project being approved. He told me that at the time when he went along with it a couple of years ago. No idea there was going to be a dedicated bubbling. And he had no idea. It was going to be right. His business to twenty years. So what are they the people that don't like this what do they propose instead? Their alternative is designed it's being used along different parts of the indigo line route. So they're not proposing anything that is not already being planned for other portions of the route they want Nick lane. They want these buses to be able to travel the alongside regular cars. They don't want that dedicated bustling Joya. Did you get a chance to reach out to the mayor's office in today? Give a response to these complaints. I dig reach out and there were a couple of protesters at at that rally yesterday, and they will hauling for. Is stepping concerns to do something about it to address their concerns with the indigo board. It's aborted. Shutting board of directors. We reached out and as spokesperson for the mayor dot back to me. She basically redirected my question. Eighty dollars you explained that even though it is a miserable corporation is not directly under the control. The mayor is under the control of the city council. Duly one more thing before we let you go. You mentioned Chuck MAC, who's a.

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"indigo board" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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03:40 min | 3 years ago

"indigo board" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Covered. The I guess they can call them. Protesters of the dedicated bus line in regards to the red line. Julia Jason hammer here now in your video package that I watched I did see like the owner of Mohan Janis who's been very outright. Since very forefront Chuck about not being a big fan of what's happening with this construction. But were there other business owners who might not have salt what this was going to entail? When they initially supported this red line were they surprised by this construction. Yeah. Interesting that you bring up shock because she was one of those people, and he told me she initially voted for the measure that resulted in his project being approved. And he told me that at the time he went along with it a couple of years ago. He had no idea that there was going to be a dedicated bus lane. And he had no idea it was going to be right in front of his business. But he's through twenty five years. So what are they people that don't like this what do they propose instead? Alternative is designed it's being used along different parts of the indigo Redline crowd. So they're not proposing. Anything is not already being planned for other portions of the route they want Knicks use way, they want these buses to be able to travel the alongside regular cars. They just they don't want that dedicated bus lanes and Joya. Did you get a chance to reach out to the mayor's office in today? Give a response to these complaints. I did reach out. And there were a couple of protesters at at that rally yesterday. They were calling for the mayor this stepping here. Their concerns to do something about it to address their concerns with the indigo board. It's a aborted. Shutting board of directors. We've reached out and spokesperson for the mayor got back to me. She basically redirected my question. Ships that indigo even though it is a miserable corporation is not directly under the control. The mayor is under the control of the city council. Duly one more thing before we let you go. You mentioned Chuck MAC, who's the longtime owner owner of Mohan Johnny's place I've pin to hundreds of times he said that one of the things we always talk about on this show is like, hey, you got to read these referendums, you gotta know what in these referendums that you're voting for sounds like Chuck knew what he was waiting for. He voted for the referendum to bring a mass transit his way. He just each is saying like, look, I feel let down by these representatives. I didn't know there was going to be a dedicated bus line, right or bright. And he came he came prepared to that interview. He read on I think everything related to this issue. He came with a stack is papers. He came with a jackets letters. Britain to other elected officials that we're still reaching out to to get more information. Julia dang a wish TV find her on Twitter at Julia underscore, dang. And that story's at wish TV dot com. Julia. We appreciate the time. Thank you so much. Thank you. Great talking to you too. All right. Coming up next. We're gonna get Kevin Bowen in here. We'll see if we could drag him in studio. It's the new year for the NFL the NFL's new year is underway. A lot of big names are changing teams and what about the colts? What have they done with their big amounts of money that they're sitting on? We'll talk to Kevin Bowen next tomorrow on Tony cats. The colts been so quiet.

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