INDIANAPOLIS — The IndyGo Connect mobility on-demand pilot project will end Wednesday, May 31, with passengers being unable to request a ride after that date. This project expanded access to equitable, convenient mobility in Southeast Indianapolis and allowed riders to immediately book a shared ride through their phones.  

The pilot offered the flexibility of a private car with the affordability and sustainability of public transit. Using Via technology, IndyGo Connect helped residents, workers and visitors in the city’s southeast region to connect with IndyGo’s services and travel directly to essential and leisure destinations.  

After May 31, IndyGo Connect riders can plan their trip by bus on IndyGo’s website here. 


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