IndyGo E-Newsletter

At the beginning of every month, IndyGo sends out an E-Newsletter, highlighting company initiatives, route detours, special promotions, community events, national transit news and much more! 

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Social Media

Getting fast, up-to-date information is important. That's why IndyGo uses Facebook and Twitter to communicate with riders.

Facebook Logo "Like" our Facebook page to get inside info, links to news articles and the most up-to-date information on how weather, construction and special events are impacting IndyGo service.
Twitter Follow us on Twitter to get real-time bus arrivals for your route. Each Route has it's own hashtag, for example, Route 10 is #indygo10.  

We also tweet about detoured routes, news links, and chances to win great prizes.

Comments on Social Media

IndyGo welcomes comments on all aspects of service. While we encourage your feedback, please be respectful and refrain from posting vulgar language on social media. IndyGo reserves the right to delete posts on public forums containing vulgar language.

If you would like to report an incident, we prefer that you use the Customer Service Center so we can document details to ensure the issue is addressed properly. You can fill out our online comment form, or call the Customer Service Center at 317.635.3344.

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