Must Millennials move?

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1574318838 Kate Collins

    A few thoughts. If you don’t want to own a car and want to work downtown then live downtown. If you took out student loans that was your choice. If you want to live in a city with mass transit then move to one. I think you will find the cost of living in Chicago much higher than Indianapolis.

    Your generation has to realize that you need to support yourselves. We (Baby Boomers) can’t continue to give you want ever your little hearts desire forever, including mass transit in Indianapolis. Time to grow up and expect responsibility for your own life and the choices you have made and will make in the future

  • Sarah Mullen

    Successful young people can get themselves to work and pay their bills. Indianapolis is not Chicago, or LA and never will be. You moved back here because of family and that is why most people live here. Do you actually believe that young people will move here instead of Silicon Valley or LA because we have mass transit?

    If you don’t want to own a car then live downtown close to work. Indianapolis is a very inexpensive city to live in unlike NY, Boston, DC, etc. Indy is a small city and most of us like that and we don’t need to spend billions of dollars on mass transit because the 20 something don’t want to own cars.