IndyGo Advises Riders of Bus Service Interruptions during Monumental Marathon Saturday, November 7

INDIANAPOLIS – IndyGo passengers should prepare for detoured, closed, and delayed bus service throughout Indianapolis due to the Monumental Marathon race on Saturday, November 7. Street closures begin as early as 5:30 a.m. on Saturday morning and are expected to last through 4:30 p.m. in some areas. All stops in the downtown loop will be… Read more »

Red Line Bus Station Amenities

The Red Line will not only provide frequent and rapid transportation, but will also create feature-rich stations at every boarding location. Check out a couple photos to give you a better idea of what to expect: Buy your ticket in advance before getting on the bus to speed up boarding Smooth level boarding for those with… Read more »

Keeping the Buses Clean

IndyGo is working hard to ensure operators and passengers have the best travel experience possible. Buses are cleaned and fueled daily. This includes sweeping, mopping, emptying the garbage, and washing the buses exterior. If you see waste on the buses it is from that day. IndyGo has also set the goal of providing a 4-hour interior deep… Read more »

IndyGo Service Changes to Take Effect October 11

INDIANAPOLIS – On Sunday, October 11, minor timing adjustments and efficiencies will be implemented to improve time performance on routes 10, 12, 13, 14, 31, 55, and 86. One change of note is the Kmart/US 31 stop on Route 31 (Greenwood) will be renamed to the Rural King/US 31 stop. Downloadable web schedules will be… Read more »

IndyGo Participates in Indy Do Day

IndyGo had more than 20 Operators, Administrators, Directors, Mechanics, and family members give back to our community by repainting the basketball court and a dozen benches, clearing the fence line, cleaning out the street gutters, and picking up waste at Indianola Park. “Thanks to Indy Parks for their support, tools, and direction we were able to… Read more »

Using the Sun to Run Electric Buses

A 1 Megawatt solar panel system, consisting of 4,300 panels, is currently being installed on the roof of IndyGo and will begin creating energy to power the electric buses and offices this October. This is enough energy to power more than 4,000 desktop computers! Funding for the solar panels came from a $3 million Federal State… Read more »

We Want to Hear From You!

Thank you for all the questions and feedback about the Red Line. We hear you and are working to provide answers and further improve our plans. Please check out the most frequently asked questions. If you have another question or a comment, please share it with us on the right side of the Red Line page,… Read more »

IndyGo helps Connect Youths with Nature

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – IndyGo is partnering with Youth Power Indiana and providing bus rides to seventh graders for the opportunity to learn about urban sustainable farming. Forty students and parents will take IndyGo buses from Indianapolis Public School to Indy Urban Acres Farm. Indy Urban Acres is “an 8-acre organic farm that donates 100% of… Read more »

French Market and IndyGo partner for Annual Festival

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Organizers of the 25th annual French Market Festival strongly encourage attendees to take the Indianapolis public bus system, IndyGo, to the Festival to avoid parking and reduce their carbon footprint. The French Market is free and held on Saturday, September 12 at St. Joan of Arc Church, located at 4217 Central Avenue… Read more »

Rapid Transit Project is Full Speed Ahead

If you haven’t heard already – Indianapolis has big plans to transform its public transit. The IndyGo Red Line Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) will run for 35 miles from Carmel to Greenwood stopping every half mile, with a new bus arriving every 10 minutes. Phase 1 will run from 66th St. and College Ave. to… Read more »