INDIANAPOLIS — Starting Sunday, June 9, IndyGo will roll out service modifications and route adjustments to improve service reliability. Many of these changes represent a big step for IndyGo’s Future Service Plan, which envisions an overall more frequent and connected network. Routes that will experience changes at this stage include Routes 2, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 19, 21, 24, 25, 26, 28, 34, 37, 38 and the Red Line/90. 

The following routes will undergo timing changes only: 5, 19, 21, 24, 26, 28, 37, 38 and 90. 

The following routes will receive service increases: 

  • Route 2 – 60-minute frequency increases to 30 minutes. 
  • Route 10 – 20-minute frequency increases to 15 minutes in the core area and increases to 30 minutes from 40 minutes on the westside where the route branches off at Lynhurst Drive. 
  • Route 11 – 90-minute frequency increases to 30 minutes. 
  • Route 25 – 60-minute frequency increases to 30 minutes. 

Riders can view detailed explanations and maps depicting the upcoming route changes for Routes 6, 11, 25 and 34 below. 

Route 8’s alignment will be temporarily adjusted to follow the current detour along Washington Street from Tibbs Avenue to Holt Road for the Little Eagle Creek Bridge Replacement. 

Finally, routes 19 and 37 Sunday services will experience schedule adjustments at the Carson Transit Center, with buses arriving 15 minutes earlier than current times. 

To learn more about these changes, IndyGo representatives will share details and answer questions at the following events: 

  • Virtual Public Meeting | Tuesday, May 21 | 5:30 p.m. | Register online here. 
  • Carson Transit Center Open House | Wednesday, May 22 | 6 – 8 a.m. and 3 – 5 p.m. | 
  • Carson Transit Center Open House | Thursday, May 23| 6 – 8 a.m. and 3 – 5 p.m. | 

As a reminder, many of these changes move the agency closer to implementing its network redesign, which was first shared in 2016 in response to a decades-long public outreach and engagement process. IndyGo’s Future Service Plan, the 2027 Transit Network, adheres to the vision previously developed and reflects the changes in how people travel. Previous efforts to activate these changes came to a halt with the COVID-19 pandemic but were revived by the IndyGo Board of Directors’ adoption of the 2027 Transit Network in November 2022. This update was informed by several months of additional outreach, public engagement, and community meetings. Learn more about IndyGo’s newest Future Service Plan here. 

IndyGo encourages riders to view updated schedules online here the week of May 20. Printed maps will be available before the changes are implemented. 

Riders needing assistance planning their trips can visit the Plan Your Trip webpage here or call IndyGo’s Customer Care Center at 317-635-3344. 

Route 6 – Instead of its previous path on Montcalm Street and 18th Street, Route 6 will travel from downtown to Indiana Avenue, west for one block along 16th Street, then north onto Harding Street. 

Route 11 – From the Julia M. Carson Transit Center (CTC), Route 11 will travel north on Delaware Street, west on Ohio Street, north on Meridian Street and east on 16th Street. Then, it will continue on East 16th Street and travel through Roosevelt, Commerce and Nowland avenues and Brookside Parkway South Drive, on a continuous path along Brookside Park. Once back on 16th Street, Route 11 ends in a one-way loop on Ritter Avenue, 10th Street and Arlington Avenue.


Route 25 – Instead of northbound service on Illinois Street, and southbound service on Capitol Avenue, Route 25 will travel in both directions on Meridian Street and Ohio Street to and from the CTC. 


Route 34 – At its northern terminus, Route 34 will take Township Line Road instead of Naab Road. 


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