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IndyGo Receives Prestigious Financial Reporting Award

INDIANAPOLIS – IndyGo received the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for its comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR). This award was established in 1945 to encourage publicly funded organizations and agencies to prepare comprehensive annual financial reports that go beyond… Read more »

IndyGo Service Changes Begin Sunday, February 12

On Sunday, February 12, minor timing adjustments and efficiencies will be implemented to improve time performance on routes 6, 8, 11, 18, 24, 34, 55, and 86. Route 6 – Harding Weekdays OUTBOUND (Transit Center to 36th/Totem): No outbound changes. INBOUND (36th/Totem to Transit Center): Slightly earlier time adjustments for all inbound trips between 4:41 a.m…. Read more »

Safety Over Schedule: IndyGo’s Winter Weather Protocol

INDIANAPOLIS – IndyGo is readying its fleet and staff for the impending winter storm which may affect bus travel and wait times as it moves through Central Indiana. “Safety over schedule,” stated Transportation Supervisor Lynn Cooper, “That’s what we train our Operators to remember.” When the winter weather worsens and roads become icy, IndyGo takes extra… Read more »

Council Introduces Marion County Transit Tax

INDIANAPOLIS – At last night’s council meeting, Proposal 3, a measure to enact a tax dedicated to transit, was introduced by Council President Maggie Lewis. The measure will be heard by multiple Council committees with a public hearing and vote at the Rules and Public Policy Committee. The full council is expected to vote for… Read more »

IndyGo Holiday Service Interruptions

INDIANAPOLIS – IndyGo Fixed Route, Open Door, Customer Service Call Center, Customer Service Center, and Administrative Offices will operate on adjusted schedules for the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. IndyGo Services will adhere to the following: Christmas Eve – Saturday, December 24, 2016 Fixed Route and Open Door operating regular schedules Customer Service Call Center… Read more »

Voters Support Transit Funding Ballot Measure

INDIANAPOLIS – Marion County residents voted on the ballot question for dedicated funding to improve public transportation. In 2014, the Indiana General Assembly allowed some Central Indiana counties to dedicate an income tax up to 0.25% for mass transit. In Marion County, if Council opts to enact the full 0.25%, the new tax would raise approximately… Read more »

Significant IndyGo Service Disruptions Due to CNO Financial Indianapolis Monumental Marathon

INDIANAPOLIS – IndyGo passengers should prepare for significant route detours, street and stop closures, and delays throughout Indianapolis due to the CNO Financial Indianapolis Monumental Marathon on Saturday, November 5. IndyGo strongly encourages passengers to make transfers at the Transit Center during this time. Street closures will begin as early as 5:30am on Saturday morning… Read more »

IndyGo Service Changes to Take Effect Early October

INDIANAPOLIS – On Sunday, October 9, minor timing adjustments and efficiencies will be implemented to improve time performance on routes 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 10, 19, 24, 25, and 86. Due to these changes, peak weekday service has marginally increased. Bay assignments for routes at the Transit Center have also slightly shifted: Route 3… Read more »

IndyGo Congratulates Transit Center Landscape Designer on Professional Award

INDIANAPOLIS – Transit Center landscape designers Rundell Ernstberger Associates (REA) are being recognized today at the Indiana Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (INASLA) Annual Meeting for their work on the Julia M. Carson Transit Center. REA, a local landscape architecture firm, well-known for their design of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy… Read more »

On Board Survey FAQ’s

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), in cooperation with the Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation (IndyGo), is conducting a survey on all local bus routes in the region from September through November 2016 in order to inform transit planning. During this period, interviewers with tablet computers will ask randomly selected passengers questions about their transit trips…. Read more »