Transit News

In 2016, voters in Marion County approved a 0.25% income tax dedicated to expanding service by 70% by the year 2024. The dedication of this income tax will include a grid-network, longer service hours and BRT lines. This year the launch of this plan will go into play with more frequent service and transfer options.

Follow our news as we make these service improvements!

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Public Records Request

The Indianapolis Public Transporation Corporation (“IPTC”) is committed to fully complying with all Federal Transit Authority regulations and the Access to Public Records Act (Indiana Code 5-14-1.5). As a public agency, IPTC is required to provide the citizens of Indiana with broad and easy access to public records. To submit a public record request contact the IPTC Legal Department with the appropriate request. Please follow the sample records request letter to comply with Indiana Code 5-14-1.5.

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Indianapolis, IN 46222


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Lesley Gordon

Vice President of Communications and Marketing