IndyGo Board of Directors announces Inez Evans as new President and CEO

Transportation veteran pledges innovation, growth, and fiscal accountability INDIANAPOLIS – The IndyGo Board of Directors announced today its selection of Inez Evans as the organization’s new president and CEO. Evans currently serves as Chief Operating Officer for the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) where she is responsible for leading 1,600 employees, maintaining nearly 700 vehicles… Read more »

IndyGo releases mid-year capital projects update

New fare system and app coming soon, Red Line on schedule for Sept.1 opening INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis is less than two months away from opening the nation’s first battery-electric bus rapid transit (BRT) system. At the June Board of Directors meeting, IndyGo announced this and several other updates on several major organizational initiatives. With construction… Read more »

Feature: IPTC Three-Year DBE Goal Methodology 2020-2022

  The Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation (IndyGo) invites the community to provide feedback or questions on the methodology for establishing the corporation’s overall DBE goal for the 2020 – 2022 period. The public comment period will be open until July 15, 2019. To learn more, view the DBE Goal Methodology Presentation and Legal Notice. IndyGo… Read more »

IndyGo Finalizes New Strategy to Charge Electric Buses

Innovative wireless charging technology to be installed near battery-powered routes  INDIANAPOLIS – IndyGo today announced it has reached an agreement with BYD, the maker of IndyGo’s new electric buses, to install and pay for wireless charging infrastructure. The deal includes wireless charging hardware for buses, and the equipment for three charging pads along battery-powered routes. When… Read more »

Feature: IndyGo’s Bus Fleet Powered by Solar Panels

We’re in production to operate the nation’s first battery-electric bus rapid transit route and becoming a top leader as one of the largest electric transit fleets in the country. The current bus fleet has been powered by the 1-Megawatt solar panel system on the rooftop of our West Washington headquarters, consisting of 4,300 panels. To… Read more »

Feature: IndyGo drivers find love on the job

At a difficult time in her life, Dilexi Rosario started driving an IndyGo bus. Behind that wheel, she says, she found a place where she feels free. She found new friends, and got to hear their stories, give them advice and just enjoy being with them. Eventually, she even found new love, and someone who… Read more »