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.
| ||Bike to Work Day: May 17 |
May is National Bike to Work Month and IndyGo is a proud sponsor of INDYCOG’s Indianapolis’ Bike to Work Day on Friday, May 17. Official festivities kick off at 7 a.m. at the Indy Bike Hub YMCA and IndyGo will be at the event with a new hybrid bus and route information. Other Bike to Work supporting organizations will be on hand to showcase their own biking initiatives and information. For more information about group rides and other Bike to Work festivities, visit IndyCog.org.
|Broad Ripple Art Fair |
May 18: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
May 19: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Now in its 43rd year, the Fifth Third Bank Broad Ripple Art Fair attracts over 22,000 visitors annually to the Broad Ripple Village cultural district and showcases more than 225 artists from the U.S. and Canada. The Art Fair features booths from local cultural organizations, a children’s creative area, gourmet food courts, a beer and wine garden and live entertainment on four stages and the Frank M. Basile Auditorium. The Art Fair takes place on the grounds of the Indianapolis Art Center and its ArtsPark, and the North Side Optimist Opti-Park annually each May. All proceeds from the Art Fair aid the Indianapolis Art Center in serving more than 300,000 people annually through its year-round on-site studio art classes, contemporary art exhibitions, community events and outreach programs for underserved youth.
|Log your commutes and win May Commuter Challenge |
If you ride IndyGo to work anytime this month, you can enter for a chance to win a $500 gift card, a 31-day pass and more!
Our friends at Commuter Connect, Central Indiana’s rideshare program, are running a Commuter Challenge through May 31. All you have to do is sign up for free at www.commuterconnect.us and then log the trips you take to work when you bike, carpool or ride the bus.
They’re giving away weekly prizes, so be sure to record your commutes at least once a week – the more days you log, the more chances to win. Set up the “Commute Reminder” so you can get emails or texts and record your commute without logging in and from your smartphone.
The "Better Block" project is a demonstration tool that rebuilds an area using grassroots efforts to show the potential to create a great walkable, vibrant neighborhood center. The project acts as a living charrette so that communities can actively engage in the "complete streets" buildout process and develop pop-up businesses to show the potential for revitalized economic activity in an area. Better Blocks are now being performed around the world, and have helped cities rapidly implement infrastructure and policy changes. This site is dedicated to providing news, information, and utilities to help cities develop their own Better Block projects and to create a resource for best practices.
The Better Block Indy event will build a pop-up "complete street" on Indy's east side along Washington Street. Better Block Indy: East Washington Facebook page.