Inside IndyGo

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 »

Feature: IndyGo drivers find love on the job

At a difficult time in her life, Dilexi Rosario started driving an IndyGo bus. Behind that wheel, she says, she found a place where she feels free. She found new friends, and got to hear their stories, give them advice and just enjoy being with them. Eventually, she even found new love, and someone who… Read more »

Community Engagement Workshops to Improve Mobility Options

INDIANAPOLIS: The Indianapolis City:One Challenge seeks to improve mobility options in Indianapolis through co-creation and design at upcoming Community Working Session workshops. Mobility issues will be explored with residents, business and community groups to help identify mobility pain points throughout the city.    There will be an opportunity to hear from a panel of residents… Read more »

Red Line Progress by the Numbers

INDIANAPOLIS – Indy’s first rapid transit line is in the home stretch of construction. Opening the Red Line will accompany a major wave of improvements to IndyGo service including every route running every day, improved frequencies, and easier transfers. Phase 1 of construction began in June 2018 and, after 15 months of construction, is expected… Read more »

Ford and Indianapolis Launch City:One Challenge Program to Improve Mobility

To help put residents at the center of the mobility conversation, Indianapolis is linking up with Ford Motor Company to launch the City:One Challenge, a community program to explore local transportation needs and collaborate on solutions that will help improve future mobility in the city . Ford and local community collaborators will provide up to… Read more »

Corrected Release: Juan Gonzalez announced as new IndyGo Board of Directors Chair

INDIANAPOLIS  – After serving on the IndyGo board for 16 years, Chair Danny M. Crenshaw announced he will pass his chairmanship to fellow board member, Juan Gonzalez. Timing of this transition parallels the recently announced resignation of President and CEO, Mike Terry, and will position Gonzalez to work closely with the search committee and incoming… Read more »

IndyGo Service Changes to Take Effect Early February

INDIANAPOLIS – On Sunday, February 10, minor timing adjustments and efficiencies will be implemented to improve schedule reliability on routes 2, 3, 10, 37, 38, and 39. Minor Adjustments to Improve On-Time Performance on Weekdays Route 2 East 34th St. Route 3 Michigan St. Route 10 10th St. Route 37 Park 100 Route 38 West… Read more »

IndyGo encourages riders to be safe during the winter weather weekend.

Indy is expecting snow this weekend! As winter weather continues, IndyGo operations is practicing ‘Safety Over Speed’ and reminds riders to be safe and plan ahead. Passengers are encouraged to take the following precautions: • Wear warm, highly visible clothing so you can be spotted at a bus stop. • Contact the IndyGo Customer Service… Read more »

Red Line Station Construction -Temporary Meridian Street Intersection Closures Late December

INDIANAPOLIS – On or after Wednesday, December 26, temporary traffic lane restrictions will be necessary on Meridian Street at station locations to deliver and install the new Red Line station canopies. Drivers should heed construction signs and flaggers to divert around temporary intersection closures as crews move the station canopies in place. Closures are expected… Read more »