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Ford and Indianapolis Launch City:One Challenge Program to Improve Mobility

To help put residents at the center of the mobility conversation, Indianapolis is linking up with Ford Motor Company to launch the City:One Challenge, a community program to explore local transportation needs and collaborate on solutions that will help improve future mobility in the city . Ford and local community collaborators will provide up to… Read more »

Corrected Release: Juan Gonzalez announced as new IndyGo Board of Directors Chair

INDIANAPOLIS  – After serving on the IndyGo board for 16 years, Chair Danny M. Crenshaw announced he will pass his chairmanship to fellow board member, Juan Gonzalez. Timing of this transition parallels the recently announced resignation of President and CEO, Mike Terry, and will position Gonzalez to work closely with the search committee and incoming… Read more »

IndyGo President and CEO Michael Terry announces decision to begin a career transition

INDIANAPOLIS – After 15 years of service, at the January 2019 Board of Directors meeting, IndyGo President & CEO Michael Terry publicly shared his decision to leave his post as head of the transit corporation. The Board of Directors is finalizing a contract with a professional services firm to conduct a national search for a new… Read more »

IndyGo Service Changes to Take Effect Early February

INDIANAPOLIS – On Sunday, February 10, minor timing adjustments and efficiencies will be implemented to improve schedule reliability on routes 2, 3, 10, 37, 38, and 39. Minor Adjustments to Improve On-Time Performance on Weekdays Route 2 East 34th St. Route 3 Michigan St. Route 10 10th St. Route 37 Park 100 Route 38 West… Read more »

IndyGo encourages riders to be safe during the winter weather weekend.

Indy is expecting snow this weekend! As winter weather continues, IndyGo operations is practicing ‘Safety Over Speed’ and reminds riders to be safe and plan ahead. Passengers are encouraged to take the following precautions: • Wear warm, highly visible clothing so you can be spotted at a bus stop. • Contact the IndyGo Customer Service… Read more »

Red Line Station Construction -Temporary Meridian Street Intersection Closures Late December

INDIANAPOLIS – On or after Wednesday, December 26, temporary traffic lane restrictions will be necessary on Meridian Street at station locations to deliver and install the new Red Line station canopies. Drivers should heed construction signs and flaggers to divert around temporary intersection closures as crews move the station canopies in place. Closures are expected… Read more »

Temporary Lane Closure at 18th and Capitol for Red Line Utility Work Adjusted to Dec. 13th

INDIANAPOLIS – On Thursday, December 13, Red Line construction crews will need to close one additional travel lane at 18th and Capitol for pipe work. Traffic impact will be isolated to the intersection of 18th and Capitol, and the work will take place during non-peak times. One southbound travel lane will remain open. Information about… Read more »

Reminder: Red Line Construction Moves to Virginia Avenue

INDIANAPOLIS  – Red Line construction has started on Virginia Avenue to begin preparations for station foundation work. On or after Monday, November 26, drivers should expect lane shifts as full station work is underway. No lane restrictions or closures are anticipated on Virginia Avenue, and this phase is estimated to last through December, weather permitting…. Read more »

IndyGo Prepares for Winter Weather

INDIANAPOLIS  – As winter weather continues, IndyGo operations is practicing ‘Safety Over Speed’ and reminds riders to be safe and plan ahead. Passengers are encouraged to take the following precautions: Wear warm, highly visible clothing so you can be spotted at a bus stop. Contact the IndyGo Customer Service Call Center at 317.635.3344, Monday through… Read more »