By Mark R. Long | Posted on November 19, 2018
Metro Louisville's bicycle-share service LouVelo will soon be available in Jeffersonville, with three docking stations opening across the Ohio River in early December.
By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on November 13, 2018
This coming February, Allegiant Air will begin a new seasonal service south to the land of beignets, jazz and Mardi Gras. Louisville International Airport announced early Tuesday morning that the discount airline is adding a new nonstop seasonal route from Louisville to New Orleans. “The addition...
By Lisa Hornung | Posted on November 9, 2018
A new set of electric scooters has shown up on Louisville’s streets. Lime has placed 150 scooters in the city and may release more if rider demand calls for them. A lunchtime launch at Jefferson Square allowed potential users and media to see the...
By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on November 5, 2018
On Monday, American Airlines started selling tickets for a direct flight to Los Angeles from Louisville International Airport.
By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on October 26, 2018
To hear Luke Schmidt tell it, members of the Louisville Regional Airlift Development (LRAD) were the bug in the ear of American Airlines that wouldn’t go away, the pebble in the shoe or a myriad of other aphorisms denoting the nonprofit coalition’s persistence in...
By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on October 25, 2018
This post has been updated. American Airlines will soon be welcoming Louisvillians to the jungle. After a monthslong effort, the airline is sending Louisville an angel in the form of a nonstop flight to and from Louisville and Los Angeles, meaning Louisvillians will have the chance...
By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on October 8, 2018
Louisville Metro Public Works has released a new policy that lays out a series of fees and rules dictating when and where dockless vehicles, including Bird scooters, can operate. The new policy also limits the number of dockless vehicle operators to four. Bird already offers a new...
By Michael L. Jones | Posted on October 5, 2018
Social justice advocate Cathy Hinko said she believes the Sherman Minton Renewal, slated to begin in 2021, will have a negative impact on low-income residents in Louisville and Southern Indiana. The Sherman Minton Renewal could take up to three years to complete and will...
By Joe Sonka | Posted on September 20, 2018
Conservative political advocacy group Americans for Prosperity-Kentucky has launched a new digital campaign to oppose any increase of the state's gas tax.
By WLKY | Posted on September 19, 2018
Louisville Metro Government on Tuesday extended its trial period agreement with Bird scooters through Oct. 8.