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Wellness in Transit

Wellness in Transit is the newest installation of IndyGo’s community engagement programs, launching May 2022. IndyGo, in partnership with Gennesaret Free Clinics, is launching this pilot devoted to holistic community health. The program will consist of a mobile medical clinic parked at the Julia M. Carson Transit Center, providing FREE healthcare services to visitors regardless of health insurance status. With this program, IndyGo hopes to provide resources to enhance the well-being of riders while reducing the transportation burden of an added trip. 

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Are you a human services agency looking to broaden your reach to help our communities’ vulnerable populations? IndyGo is seeking to connect our riders at the Carson Transit Center with resources such as housing support, substance abuse and mental health support, financial management, legal aid, education and more. Data collected during the pilot will help inform what agencies will be selected for a future iteration of Wellness in Transit. Sign-up today. 

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Music in Transit

Music in Transit is an award-winning concert web series, presented by Square Cat Vinyl, that showcases local Indianapolis-based musicians across multiple genres performing sets on an IndyGo bus. The program launched in 2019 alongside the Arts Council of Indianapolis and Square Cat Vinyl. The program’s goal was to celebrate the local arts community as well as the expansion of public transit with the launch of the Red Line, Indianapolis’ first bus rapid transit (BRT) line. 

Since its inaugural season, the series has received four Emmy nominations with one win for outstanding audio in 2019. The series also received Indy Chamber’s 2020 Monumental Award for public art. 

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Food in Transit

Food in Transit, a farm stand presented by Growing Places Indy and IndyGo, launched in fall 2018. This program provides fresh, affordable, and locally-grown produce to current and future transit riders and is made possible by the partnership between IndyGo, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and Growing Places Indy. 

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