Established by IndyGo's Board of Directors, the Mobility Advisory Committee (MAC) is comprised of volunteers who meet quarterly in an advisory capacity to IndyGo. The committee, operating under a set of sanctioned bylaws, advises IndyGo on the provision of public transportation services for individuals with disabilities and provides education to the general public about these transportation needs.
The group of nine members offers a diverse representation of individuals with disabilities throughout the IndyGo service area, who are either a rider with a disability, a provider of services for people with disabilities or an employer of people with disabilities. Within the MAC, there are four sub-committees:
The Nominating Sub-Committee recruits well diverse and qualified individuals to serve on the Mobility Advisory Committee.
The Education and Outreach Sub-Committee educates new and existing MAC members to facilitate ongoing knowledge regarding transit systems and polices and also supports IndyGo in transit education initiatives in the community
The Legislative and Finance Sub-Committee identifies opportunities at the local, state and federal levels which could provide funds for developing and maintaining the paratransportation system in the IndyGo service area.
The Community Relations Sub-Committee fosters positive relationships between IndyGo and the community, including businesses, organizations and riders, pertaining to mass transit in Indianapolis.
Download the MAC New Member Orientation Packet to learn more about the MAC.
The MAC meets quarterly in the IndyGo Boardroom at 1501 W. Washington Street, accessible via the local service Route 8 as well as Open Door. All sessions are open to the public and begin promptly at 5 p.m.