|Indy Connect, Central Indiana's Transportation Initiative, is a partnership of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), Central Indiana Regional Transportation Authority (CIRTA), and IndyGo that is dedicated to providing Central Indiana residents with transportation options in support of the future development of our region. |
Mid-January 2013, new details about the plan were released as study continues to establish Rapid Transit lines across the region. Learn More >>
Typically transit systems conduct a Comprehensive Operational Analysis (COA or Bus Plan) of their services every five years. These in-depth studies help identify strengths as well as opportunities for improvement to service. The most recent bus plan (2010) contains short-, mid- and long-term recommendations for the growth and development of Central Indiana’s bus system. The plan proposes to triple the size of our current bus system and provide riders with shorter wait times between buses and more hours of service, plus more direct routes.
These surveys are an important tool for transit agencies. For a system of IndyGo’s size, surveys can help determine who is riding and how the system is being used. There are a variety of reasons that people choose to ride IndyGo such as it’s more affordable then owning a car and it’s better for the environment. Survey results are also used for planning and travel modeling as well as federal reporting to ensure service is distributed equitably to users.
For historical and current IndyGo Fixed Route ridership data please visit the ridership page.
IndyGo has the ability to add transit amenities throughout the city, including bus stops, benches, shelters and bus turnouts. However, we can't install them everywhere. We have to make sure we follow ADA and City of Indianapolis requirements. By clicking on the transit amenities below, you can learn more about our installation guidelines. If you are interested in making a transit amenity request for your area, please complete an online comment form.