IndyGo partners with various agencies throughout the city for events and promotions throughout the year. Through our collaborative partnerships, we get event tickets, swag and other cool giveaways. Check this page (or sign up for our e-newsletter) to hear about the latest IndyGo promotions.
If you are interested in teaming up with IndyGo, fill out an online comment form available through our website.
|Win October’s Commuter Challenge
If you get to work any way other than driving alone this month, you can enter for a chance to win a $500 Amazon gift card, 31-Day IndyGo pass, gas gift cards and more. Our friends at Commuter Connect, Central Indiana’s rideshare program, are running a Commuter Challenge from Oct. 1 - 31.
There are two ways to win:
1. Create a Commuter Profile. Sign up at www.commuterconnect.us, log the trips you take to work when you ride the bus, bike, carpool, vanpool or walk and you’re eligible to win! The more you log your trips, the more chances you have to win.
2. Enter the selfie contest. Post a selfie with #IndyCommute on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and you’ll be eligible for weekly iTunes gift card drawings.
|Car Free Fridays
Aug. 1 - Oct. 31
Go car free on Fridays Aug. 1 - Oct. 31 and be entered to win free tickets to bikeable, walkable, transit friendly events in Indy! Check out the promotion.
|Children's Museum Haunted House
Oct. 11 - 31
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, step right up for the ride of your life at the Creepy Carnival, the Children’s Museum Guild’s 51st Annual Haunted House! From the midway to the sideshows, this carnival of characters will have you squealing with fright and delight.
|Livability and Mobility in Your Community Travel Training
Nov. 13, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
IndyGo Headquarters - 1501 W. Washington St.
The Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation (IndyGo) and Health by Design are coming together for a special workshop to highlight how mobility options create livable communities. IndyGo will kick off the day with its Travel Training Program – an opportunity for IndyGo staff to share “how to ride” knowledge with first-time transit riders and answer all questions.
Health by Design’s Livability and Mobility in Your Community workshop will offer a
platform for discussion, activities and action planning – participants will learn practical skills
for promoting transportation options and shaping public policy where they live. Participants will be encouraged to engage in an ongoing advocacy project or group that will lead to lasting mobility improvements in their communities.
This event is FREE, but registration is required by Nov. 11.