INDIANAPOLIS – Construction crews are preparing along Shelby Street to begin construction on the Red Line starting Monday, June 4.
Construction will begin with roadway and sidewalk improvements along Shelby, and drivers will notice advance construction signage and some traffic pattern adjustments beginning as early as today, May 31.
No lane restrictions are anticipated, but some lane shifts will occur along Shelby Street at Campus Drive North, Southern Avenue, and Pleasant Run Parkway South Drive. Drivers are asked to please move carefully as workers will likely be using flags to direct traffic.
Phase 1 of the Red Line is an element of the Marion County Transit Plan that will increase local transit service by 70%. Stretching 13 miles from Broad Ripple to the University of Indianapolis, the Red Line will serve as the frequent spine of the improved and reliable grid network.
A live construction map, weekly schedules, and more information about the upgraded service and routes online at www.IndyGoRed.com.
Visit www.IndyGo.net, www.IndyGoRed.com, or follow on social media @IndyGoBus for upcoming outreach events and public meetings.
3-Week Look Ahead:
Shelby Street from Hanna Avenue to Prospect Street – drivers will notice advance construction signage and some traffic pattern adjustments starting as early as Thursday, 5/31.
Shelby St. from Hanna Ave. to Troy Ave. – roadway and sidewalk improvements: Monday, June 4, through Friday, June 15.
Shelby St. from Troy Ave. to Raymond St. – roadway and sidewalk improvements: Monday, June 11, through Friday, June 22.
Shelby St. from Raymond St. to Prospect St. – roadway and sidewalk improvements: Monday, June 18, through Tuesday, July 3.
Drivers are asked to please move carefully as workers will likely be using flags to direct traffic.
All subsequent 3-week look ahead details will be communicated via the website at www.IndyGoRed.com/Construction, or by signing up for the newsletter at www.IndyGoRed.com.
IndyGo, the Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation, provides public transit service throughout Marion County. The Marion County Transit Plan calls for a 70 percent increase in service, offering shorter waits, extended evening hours and weekend service, and three rapid transit lines in high-ridership corridors. Stay in touch at www.IndyGo.net, by calling 317-635-3344, and on social media @IndyGoBus.