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 Writing Center.
“Stories of Indianapolis Transit” will be held three times and focus on each of the three rapid transit lines (Red, Purple and Blue) that will be in operation by 2022.
Participants will meet at one of three starting locations depending on the day (see below). They’ll hop on a bus to hear from transit users and others before settling in for a storytelling workshop at the Julia M. Carson Transit Center. Participants will craft their own stories and then take the bus back to the starting point.
Nov. 7, 6-8 p.m., Meet at the Indiana State Fairgrounds (1202 E. 38th St.). Ride Route 39 downtown (Purple Line). RSVP at http://ow.ly/8oqk30mpHHn
Nov. 10, 9-11 a.m., Meet at Central Greens Field Parking (150 Steeples Blvd.). Ride Route 8 downtown (Blue Line). RSVP at http://ow.ly/3Web30mpHMK
Nov. 11, 1-3 p.m., Meet at College Avenue Library (4180 N. College Ave.). Ride Route 17 downtown (Red Line). RSVP at http://ow.ly/vjsf30mpLa3
The events are free, including bus fare.
“Stories of Indianapolis Transit” is presented by IndyGo, the Marian University Writing Center and Indy Reads. For more information on the Spirit & Place Festival, visit spiritandplace.org.
IndyGo, the Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation, provides public transit service throughout Marion County. IndyGo is implementing the Marion County Transit Plan, which will bring a 70% increase in IndyGo services and build a strong network of frequent service. Improvements in the plan include shorter wait times, longer service hours, easier transfers, and rapid transit lines along high ridership corridors Visit our website, follow @IndyGoBus on Twitter, or call 317.635.3344 for more information.