Passengers line up to board a bus at a bus rapid transit station in Indianapolis.

IndyGo Revisits the Bus System Redesign it Paused for the Pandemic

The IndyGo board of directors scrapped a bus system redesign planned for launch in June 2020 as part of its Covid-19 emergency response. The transit agency is now seeking public feedback on a new map with similar changes.

November 7, 2022 - Indystar

Red painted dedicated bus lane in Indianapolis, Indiana

IndyGo Opens First ‘Super Stop’

The city plans to build eight enhanced bus stops that streamline boarding and offer seating, shelter, and ticketing machines.

October 11, 2022 - Indianapolis Recorder

Passengers line up to board a bus at a bus rapid transit station in Indianapolis.

Bus Rapid Transit Costs More Than Double in Indianapolis

IndyGo is planning changes to the Blue Line. The city’s third bus rapid transit route is turning out to be much more expensive than originally expected.

August 30, 2022 - Indianapolis Star

Indianapolis Cityscape

IndyGo Begins Construction on Second BRT Line

The Purple Line is slated to begin service in 2024.

March 7, 2022 - Transportation Today News

Indianapolis Bus Rapid Transit

State Bill Could Kill Indy BRT Line

A law proposed in the Indiana state legislature would ban dedicated bus lanes and force IndyGo to cancel a planned bus rapid transit line to the city's airport.

January 14, 2022 - Indianapolis Star

Indianapolis Bus Rapid Transit

Funding for Planned Bus Rapid Transit Routes Survives Scare in the Indiana General Assembly

Despite the temporary victory for transit advocates in Indianapolis, the battle over transit funding continuous in the Indiana General Assembly.

April 18, 2021 - Indystar

IndyGo Enhanced Bus Stop

Indianapolis to Upgrade Bus Stops to 'Super Stops'

Downtown Indianapolis bus stops are getting a makeover with enhancements that prioritize buses and improve rider safety.

December 17, 2020 - The Indianapolis Star

Indianapolis Bus Rapid Transit

Range Anxiety: Electric Buses Still Aren't Ready to Scale

Money intended for electric buses in Indianapolis will instead be spent on diesel buses.

March 5, 2020 - Indystar

Indianapolis Bus Rapid Transit

Without Private Funding, Transit Revenue Could Take a Hit in Indianapolis

IndyGo transit officials are required to match transit income tax revenue with funding from private sources, but haven't yet met that end of the bargain. A new state law would hold IndyGo accountable to those requirements.

March 3, 2020 - Indianapolis Business Journal

Indianapolis Bus Rapid Transit

Indianapolis Going Big on Transit Planning

The IndyGo transit system is wrapping up a period of free fares for its new Red Line bus rapid transit line before another big launch scheduled for spring 2020.

October 29, 2019 - Indianapolis Star

Indianapolis Cityscape

Indianapolis' New BRT Stations and Buses Roll Out Soon; Here’s What They’re Like

The new Red Line bus rapid transit will include level boarding, pre-pay bus fare service at some stops, quiet electric buses, and USB chargers.

June 27, 2019 - Indianapolis Star

Indianapolis Bus Ridership Gaining After Investment

Bus ridership in Indianapolis in August is up 3.4% over last year, contrasting ridership in cities around the country.

September 17, 2018 - Streetsblog USA

Indianapolis Public Schools' Pilot Program Puts Kids on Public Transit

As Indianapolis expands its public transit, the public schools are trying a pilot program that provides bus passes for some students who would have used the school’s transit in the past.

April 21, 2018 - Indianapolis Star

Indiana State Capital

Indianapolis Voters Overwhelmingly Pass Income Tax for Transit

Marion County may soon have the nation's most progressive tax dedicated to public transit, and only bus transit at that. In addition to the faith and business communities that backed the measure, Gov. (now V.P.-elect) Mike Pence deserves credit.

November 13, 2016 - Indianapolis Business Journal

Communities of Faith Backing Indianapolis Transit Funding Referendum

Transit investments in Marion County, Indiana, could be funded through a proposed increase of income taxes. The proposed funding referendum has the backing, and the phone-banking, of a coalition of local church congregations.

August 21, 2016 - Indystar

Next Step in Indy's Transformation: Mass Transit

After his entreaties went unheard the first time around, Mayor Greg Ballard is once again leading efforts to get support for a $1.3 billion mass transit overhaul for the Indianapolis region.

November 18, 2012 - Indystar

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