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Red Line Construction Traffic Impacts Virginia Avenue

INDIANAPOLIS (September 20, 2018) – Starting as early as October 8, Red Line construction crews will move to Virginia Avenue. Pedestrians, bus riders, and drivers will notice lane closures and flaggers at future station locations: Woodlawn, Merrill, and Prospect. This phase of construction is estimated to last through December. Crews will be focusing on utility… Read more »

IndyGo, Growing Places Indy to Sell Affordable Fresh Produce at Transit Center

INDIANAPOLIS (September 14, 2018) – IndyGo, in partnership with Growing Places Indy and supported by Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding from the City of Indianapolis, has completed its second week of a pilot project selling fresh and affordable produce at the Julia M. Carson Transit Center. The pilot project, “Food in Transit”, aims to… Read more »

New IndyGo Route Changes with Michigan Street 2-Way

On Sunday, August 12, IndyGo bus service for routes 3, 10, and 37 will be rerouted to accommodate both directions of traffic on Michigan Street from White River Parkway to West Street. Eastbound IndyGo fixed route service and stops will be removed from New York Street, and eastbound stops will be added on Michigan Street…. Read more »

City of Indianapolis and IndyGo Announce New IndyGo Veteran Pass

INDIANAPOLIS – IndyGo and the City of Indianapolis announce the new Veteran Fare Cards, allowing veterans to ride IndyGo fixed route service fare-free. The effort to provide veterans with free access to the transit system has been championed by several veteran service organizations and Indianapolis leaders. “I’m delighted that we are working together to offer… Read more »

IndyGo Wants Your Input: Purple Line Rapid Transit

INDIANAPOLIS – Public input is needed to help determine stop placement, lane configuration, and downtown routing for Indianapolis’ second rapid transit line – the Purple Line. The Purple Line will provide frequent transit service between Downtown Indianapolis and Lawrence, and is one component of the larger Marion County Transit Plan, which proposes significant improvements system-wide…. Read more »

IndyGo to Boost Service on July 4

INDIANAPOLIS – On Wednesday, July 4, IndyGo will run added bus service from downtown after the IPL Downtown Freedom Blast fireworks. At 11:00 p.m., 21 additional buses will depart from the Julia. M. Carson Transit Center at 201 E. Washington Street. Please note: buses will only be dropping off passengers along these added trips. Additional… Read more »

IndyGo Chosen for National Mobility Program

For Immediate Release: June 20, 2018 Media contact: Lauren Day Phone: 317-614-9284/ email: LDay@IndyGo.net ANNOUNCEMENT:  IndyGo is Chosen for the Mobility on Demand On-Ramp Program New Program Will Help Public Transportation Agencies Develop Innovative Partnerships (Chicago, IL) The Shared-Use Mobility Center (SUMC), a national nonprofit organization that works to foster cooperation in the shared mobility… Read more »

IndyGo’s Red Line Project Begins Construction

INDIANAPOLIS  – Construction crews are preparing along Shelby Street to begin construction on the Red Line starting Monday, June 4. Construction will begin with roadway and sidewalk improvements along Shelby, and drivers will notice advance construction signage and some traffic pattern adjustments beginning as early as today, May 31. No lane restrictions are anticipated, but… Read more »

Red Line Grant Signed, IndyGo Readies for Construction

INDIANAPOLIS – The Red Line Rapid Transit $75M Small Starts grant has been signed. With this step complete, IndyGo will work through final preparations to begin construction. “It is vital that IndyGo continue to be smart stewards of the public’s investment in bettering transit,” said IndyGo Board Chair, Danny Crenshaw. “Thanks to the hard work… Read more »