Indianapolis mass transit expansion proceeding as planned–your views still needed!



IndyGo is hosting a series of Transit Talks on the Blue Line, one of three rapid transit bus routes planned for Indianapolis.  Go here to learn more — the next Transit Talks: Blue Line event is May 30, 2018.

For more information about the Blue Line, visit here.


Red Line Bus Rapid Transit Route Receives Federal Funding, Construction to Start Soon!

Read more here about the first BRT line to be built in Indianapolis, the all electric Red Line.


Local Bus Route Improvements Continue to Roll Out!

Read more here about the second phase of local bus route improvements to begin in June 2018, which include over 200 added trips and increased frequencies on seven IndyGo routes.   These improvements are part of the Marion County Transit Plan, and are funded by the new dedicated transit tax approved by voters in November 2016 and adopted by the City-County Council in February 2017.



Read our latest fact sheet on the environmental benefits of mass transit.


Read more about the Marion County Transit Plan being funded by the new transit tax adopted in February 2017. The plan provides for major improvements in IndyGo bus service, with shorter wait times, later service into the evenings and more weekend service.

The new transit plan also includes establishment of three rapid transit corridors along the highest ridership corridors, including the north-south Bus Rapid Transit Red Line. Phase 1 of the Red Line will run from Broad Ripple south to the University of Indianapolis.  Learn more about the Red Line here.

Find more information about mass transit at Transit Drives Indy.