Press Releases

More Than 2,500 Veterans Have Taken Advantage of IndyGo’s Free Fare Cards

INDIANAPOLIS – Since it began allowing veterans to ride its fixed route service for free in July, more than 2,500 veterans have obtained a Veteran Fare Card and IndyGo has provided more than 100,000 rides under the program. But, with an estimated 45,000 veterans living in the city, the city’s public transit service recognizes that many… Read more »

UPDATED: Red Line Construction Advances; Capitol Avenue Lane Restrictions Begin Mid November

INDIANAPOLIS – On or after Monday, November 12, traffic lane restrictions will be necessary on the west side of Capitol Avenue from 18th to Washington Street through December 31, 2018. Construction crews are relocating utilities, improving drainage, pavement, sidewalks, curbs, pedestrian crossings, and ADA ramps. Drivers should heed construction signs to divert to shifted travel… Read more »

Red Line Construction Advances; Capitol Avenue Lane Restrictions Begin Mid November

INDIANAPOLIS – On or after Monday, November 12, traffic lane restrictions will be necessary on the west side of Capitol Avenue from 18th to Washington Street through December 31, 2018. Construction crews are relocating utilities, improving drainage, pavement, sidewalks, curbs, pedestrian crossings, and ADA ramps. Drivers should heed construction signs to divert to shifted travel… Read more »

“Moving” Storytelling Events Featuring Transit Part of Spirit & Place Festival

INDIANAPOLIS – IndyGo is hosting three free Spirit & Place Festival events that will offer literally moving stories: Participants will hop on a bus, hear from transit riders about how transit connects communities, and learn to share the stories they heard and/or experienced at a workshop presented by Mark Latta, director of the Marian University… Read more »

Election Day Free Rides

Free Rides on Us! Midterm elections are approaching and IndyGo wants to make getting to the polls easier! On Election Day, November 6, IndyGo is providing free rides on all fixed routes to encourage Marion County residents to vote! Spread the word and find your route to the polls: https://www.indygo.net/route/.

IndyGo to Provide Free Rides to Polls on Election Day

INDIANAPOLIS  – IndyGo will offer free rides on Election Day, Nov. 6, 2018. The Indianapolis City-County Council asked IndyGo to consider providing free rides on Nov. 6 to encourage Marion County residents to vote. The IndyGo board of directors approved the request at its Oct. 25 meeting. Tonight, the City-County Council approved the free rides…. 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 3. 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 and are… Read more »

Red Line Construction Traffic Impacts Virginia Avenue

INDIANAPOLIS (September 20, 2018) – Starting as early as October 8, Red Line construction crews will move to Virginia Avenue. Pedestrians, bus riders, and drivers will notice lane closures and flaggers at future station locations: Woodlawn, Merrill, and Prospect. This phase of construction is estimated to last through December. Crews will be focusing on utility… Read more »

IndyGo, Growing Places Indy to Sell Affordable Fresh Produce at Transit Center

INDIANAPOLIS (September 14, 2018) – IndyGo, in partnership with Growing Places Indy and supported by Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding from the City of Indianapolis, has completed its second week of a pilot project selling fresh and affordable produce at the Julia M. Carson Transit Center. The pilot project, “Food in Transit”, aims to… Read more »