Trip Planning

IndyGo2013-194There are several ways to plan a trip on IndyGo!

Variables like traffic, construction, road conditions, weather, and ridership will affect Real Time arrivals.

Don’t forget to check out the Rider Guidelines for some helpful tips!

On a Smartphone

Use the myStop mobile app, the trip planner on our site, or Google Maps to easily get transit directions from point A to point B.

myStop Mobile app

You can download it for free from either the App Store or Google Play

The app will allow you to:

  • Track your bus location
  • Look up stops and stop IDs
  • Plan a trip (Will open Google Maps)
  • See real-time service alert information such as detours and delays
  • Get notifications for specific departure and arrival times during the day

IndyGo Trip Planner

Enter your origin and destination then choose the transit icon as your mode of travel for step-by-step directions including what route to take, what bus to board, where to board and what time you should be there. We’ll populate your current location to make it even easier.

Google Maps

Enter your origin and destination then choose the transit icon as your mode of travel for step-by-step directions including what route to take, what bus to board, where to board and what time you should be there.

Online

Use the trip planner on the right side of this page to get step-by-step directions including what route to take, what bus to board, where to board and what time you should be there. All you need is your destination, we’ll take care of the rest. If you’re looking ahead, click “Choose Date & Time” to get future trip plans.

By Phone

Our customer service representatives are available to help plan a trip, provide schedule info and give details on route detours.

317.635.3344

Hours of Operation

  • Monday – Friday: 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM
  • Saturday: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
  • Sunday: Closed

By Hand

Riders familiar with the city and the IndyGo system, can plan a trip by hand by viewing our full system map to determine the best routes and individual route maps for schedules.

Reading a Schedule

  1. Find the time point (designated stop along a route with exact timing scheduled to help with trip planning) nearest your origin and destination on the map.
  2. Look for the schedule on the day of the week and the direction you plan to travel.
  3. Read downward in the column of your origin timepoint to see when the bus will arrive.
  4. Read the row across to the right to see when the bus will reach your destination time point.

Dashes denote that no service is available for a selected trip.