INDIANAPOLIS – The Julia M. Carson Transit Center (Transit Center) was recognized threefold at the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce’s (Indy Chamber) 40th annual Monumental Awards ceremony.
The Monumental Awards acknowledge excellence in the built environment through recognition of individuals and businesses that contribute to high quality architecture, construction, engineering, innovative reuse, interior design, landscape architecture, neighborhood revitalization, public art, and real estate development within the larger Indianapolis region. The Transit Center project received three awards: Honor in Architecture, Achievement in Engineering, and Honor in Landscape Architecture.
Firms recognized include significant local and national expertise, which, together, realized the Julia M. Carson Transit Center from concept through construction. Members of the design team include AECOM, Axis Architecture + Interiors, Guidon Design, Rundell Ernstberger Associates (REA), Loftus Engineering, Inc., and Shiel Sexton.
“IndyGo is proud to have collaborated with such a talented team in the design of the Julia M. Carson Transit Center,” stated IndyGo President and CEO, Mike Terry. “We are excited and honored to see their work recognized at a regional scale.”
The Transit Center opened to the public on June 26, 2016, and continues to serve as a central location for buses, bus drivers, and bus riders. The Transit Center brings together several IndyGo services and includes amenities such as 19 covered bus bays with Real Time Arrival information, public restrooms, an indoor waiting area, customer service and pass sales on site, and free Wifi internet.
IndyGo, the Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation, provides public transit service throughout Marion County. Visit our website, follow @IndyGoBus on Twitter, or call 317.635.3344 for more information.