IndyGo only offers service in Marion County; therefore, it is important for our riders to be aware of the other transit resources and options that are available throughout Central Indiana. Below is a list of services that can help get you where you need to go.
CIRTA works to bring more transportation options that will better connect the core of Indianapolis with suburban and rural communities in Marion, Hamilton, Hancock, Shelby, Johnson, Morgan, Hendricks, Boone, Delaware and Madison counties. By visiting the CIRTA web site, you'll notice many Central Indiana counties offer door-to-door transportation in their respective areas through on-demand transit providers.
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Transit providers that connect at the 21 County Connect transfer points around the metropolitan area include:
• Boone Area Transit Service (BATS) – Boone County
• The New InterUrban – Delaware County
• Hamilton County Express
• Hancock Area Rural Transit – Hancock County
• LINK Hendricks County
• Access Johnson County Public Transit
• Transportation for Rural Areas of Madison County (TRAM)
• IndyGo – Marion County
• CONNECT Morgan County
• ShelbyGo – Shelby County
For more information, call 317.327.RIDE or 855.292.RIDE, or visit www.327ride.net.
|County Connect, a service of Central Indiana Regional Transportation Authority (CIRTA), aims to coordinate existing transportation services and promote how residents can travel across the region. Signage is located at designated points where two transportation providers connect. For example, IndyGo stops have County Connect signage at the edges of Marion County where the IndyGo service area overlaps with other rural transportation providers such as Access Johnson County, Carmel Express Bus and the Plainfield Connector. These established connection points will help promote regional mobility and increase transportation options for residents of central Indiana.|
|Commuter Connect works to reduce air pollution and traffic congestion, offering alternative transportation solutions to area employers and commuters in Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Madison, Marion, Morgan and Shelby counties, such as: carpooling, vanpooling, riding transit, biking and walking. 317.327.RIDE|
|The Indy Express Bus is a regional commuter service that operates Monday through Friday during peak morning and afternoon hours, linking Carmel and Fishers with downtown Indianapolis. The cost is $5 each way and includes free use of Wi-Fi while onboard. CIRTA and Miller Trailways manage and operate this service. 317.327.RIDE|
|The Plainfield Connector runs on weekdays and travels through the Plainfield industrial park area, making 11 stops on Airtech, Whitaker, Reeves and Perry Roads. The Connector also stops at Adesa on select trips. Passengers can transfer to the Plainfield Connector from IndyGo’s Route 8, on the northbound side of Bridgeport Road, between Washington and Perimeter. Trips leave from IndyGo’s Route 8 stop about every 30 minutes from 6:23 – 8:56 a.m. and resume service from 12:29 – 6:03 p.m. Please note that Route 8G will not serve Bridgeport Road. Fare is $3 one-way, but passengers may show a valid IndyGo pass to receive a reduced fare of $1.|
Janus Developmental Services, operators of the Hamilton County Express transit service, provides reservation-based, demand-response service. It also links to IndyGo Routes 18, 19, 28, 34 and 37, with connections at Castleton Square Mall, the Fashion Mall, Nora Plaza, St. Vincent Hospital and Traders Point. Separate fares are required.
The Johnson County Transportation Access Committee caters to the transportation needs of all Johnson County residents, with emphasis on elderly, disabled, low income and other mobility disadvantaged citizens. The Access Johnson County service provides connectivity with IndyGo Routes 16, 22 and 31. Separate fares are required.
Megabus offers express bus service from Indianapolis to Chicago, Cincinnati and Columbus. All reservations are made online. Mega bus connects with IndyGo's Route 8, south of the City-County Building on Washington St. between Alabama and Delaware Streets. Separate fares are required.
Greyhound Express offers direct and one-stop service between Greyhound's Chicago hub and Milwaukee, Madison, Wis., Minneapolis, Indianapolis and Lafayette, Ind. In Indianapolis, the Greyhound Express shares a curbside stop with IndyGo at 105 N. Delaware Street, north of E. Market Street.
|The Amtrak/Greyhound station is located at Illinois and South Streets, served directly by IndyGo’s route 16. Separate fares required.|