Operators of the Gary/Chicago International Airport are hopeful reduced customs clearing times will lead to more international and private jet business.
Conexus Indiana and Ivy Tech launched what they say is the nation’s first training program for commercial truck drivers covered by federal student loans.
UPS now is operational at Gary/Chicago International Airport.
A $4 million federal grant will help the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor convert a vacant gravel yard into a multimodal storage facility.
Years of planning and preparation have made expanded commuter rail service a reality in Northwest Indiana.
Vision for Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor leads to multi-billion-dollar economic powerhouse in its first 50 years. Economic leaders are sure the next half century will provide even greater opportunities as the facility undergoes $20 million in upgrades.
A supplier of aftermarket automotive and truck components is setting up shop in Merrillville.
The state has dropped a plan to acquire the site of a former power plant to build a fourth port.
One of the largest shipments being handled by the Port of Indiana will pass through Burns Harbor.
A project to improve more than 26 miles of rail tracks from Gary to Michigan City has received more than $50 million in federal support.