City officials say it’s the first of several they plan to put in over the next three to five years.
The event is expected to draw a large crowd to Indianapolis.
Use of the cell phone lot is free but vehicles must be attended at all times.
The Voting Rights Act of 1965 outlawed discriminatory voting practices, such as literacy tests and poll taxes.
Commissioners President John Richards says the tree evaluation will cost about $1,800.
Indiana will celebrate its 200th anniversary of statehood in 2016.
Expect traffic closures in the downtown area this weekend as motorcyclists get revved for the event.
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