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IndyGo names Marcus Burnside as Vice President of Technology

INDIANAPOLIS – IndyGo is pleased to announce that Marcus Burnside has been promoted to Vice President of Technology. In his new role, Burnside will oversee all innovative technology solutions at IndyGo. Burnside began working with IndyGo in October 2015 as a consultant and joined the IndyGo team in 2017. Previously Burnside served as Director of… Read more »

IndyGo welcomes Growing Places Indy to sell produce at Transit Center

INDIANAPOLIS – IndyGo, in conjunction with Growing Places Indy and the City of Indianapolis, is proud to present the return of Food in Transit this afternoon. The Farm Stand will be held at the Julia M. Carson Transit Center every Friday between June 7 and the end of September, from 3:00 to 6:00pm. The market… Read more »

Food in Transit Returns to Provide Fresh Affordable Produce at the Transit Center

INDIANAPOLIS – After a successful pilot in fall 2018, Food in Transit returns on June 7, providing fresh and affordable produce to current and future transit riders. The farm stand and locally-grown produce is provided by Growing Places Indy and is made possible by the Department of Metropolitan Development’s Community Block Development Grant (CDBG) funding… Read more »

IndyGo Finalizes New Strategy to Charge Electric Buses

Innovative wireless charging technology to be installed near battery-powered routes  INDIANAPOLIS – IndyGo today announced it has reached an agreement with BYD, the maker of IndyGo’s new electric buses, to install and pay for wireless charging infrastructure. The deal includes wireless charging hardware for buses, and the equipment for three charging pads along battery-powered routes. When… Read more »

IndyGo Finalizes New Strategy to Charge Electric Buses

Innovative wireless charging technology to be installed near battery-powered routes  INDIANAPOLIS – IndyGo today announced it has reached an agreement with BYD, the maker of IndyGo’s new electric buses, to install and pay for wireless charging infrastructure. The deal includes wireless charging hardware for buses, and the equipment for three charging pads along battery-powered routes. When… Read more »

IndyGo’s Misti El-Shabazz Takes Home the Gold In Customer Service

INDIANAPOLIS – IndyGo’s Professional Coach Operator Misti El-Shabazz was awarded first place in the Customer Service Challenge Final at the American Public Transportation Association’s 2019 International Bus Roadeo in Louisville, KY this week. “We are so proud of Misti’s exceptional work, every day here at IndyGo, and at the Roadeo,” said Mike Terry, IndyGo CEO…. Read more »

Attend IndyGo’s Upcoming Purple Line Public Meeting

INDIANAPOLIS – IndyGo will host its next public meeting to provide information on the upcoming Purple Line Rapid Transit project. IndyGo staff will be available to answer questions after offering a brief presentation. The Purple Line is Indianapolis’ second rapid transit line and will provide frequent transit service between Downtown Indianapolis and Lawrence and is… Read more »

Join IndyGo for an Upcoming Blue Line Public Meeting

INDIANAPOLIS – Join us for an upcoming Blue Line Rapid Transit Public Meeting. The Blue Line will serve one of the most active transit corridors that already exists today on Washington Street. This public meeting is an opportunity to receive updates on the upcoming project. IndyGo staff will be offering a 15-minute presentation at the… Read more »

IndyGo Transit Impacts During OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon

INDIANAPOLIS – IndyGo passengers should prepare for significant route detours and delayed bus service downtown due to the annual OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon. Street closures and detours for event setup will begin Saturday, May 4. As with all special events that disrupt normal traffic flow, passengers are encouraged to plan ahead and allow plenty of… Read more »

Feature: IndyGo’s Bus Fleet Powered by Solar Panels

We’re in production to operate the nation’s first battery-electric bus rapid transit route and becoming a top leader as one of the largest electric transit fleets in the country. The current bus fleet has been powered by the 1-Megawatt solar panel system on the rooftop of our West Washington headquarters, consisting of 4,300 panels. To… Read more »