Red Line Meetings – February 19

February 16, 2019 0

The first Red Line public meetings of 2019 are scheduled for Tuesday, February 19 at the Indianapolis Art Center, 820 East 67th Street. IndyGo Route #18 serves this location. Two sessions are scheduled: 11 a.m. […more…]

Safety First

December 28, 2018 0

by Thomas P. Healy Residents and commuters may have been inconvenienced by temporary lane closures on Meridian Street for Citizen Energy Group’s DigIndy project and IndyGo’s Red Line bus rapid transit (BRT) construction, but for […more…]

IndyGo, DPW Sign Interlocal Agreement

September 5, 2018 0

by Thomas P. Healy The City of Indianapolis Department of Public Works and the Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation (aka IndyGo) have signed an interlocal agreement [PDF] that lays the foundation for cooperation between the two […more…]

Transit Corridor Art

August 14, 2018 0

Artists with the Indy Cultural Corridor Consortium (3CIndy) have begun placing installations along the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridors in Midtown. A grouping of purple whirligigs in front of the Concord building at 38th and […more…]

Electric Buses: Safe and Green

December 18, 2017 0

by Thomas P. Healy Mass transit’s momentum continued in 2017 as IndyGo prepares for the largest, most comprehensive upgrade to its services since a public corporation was established in 1975 to provide transit services. According […more…]

Red Line Rolling Toward Construction

August 16, 2017 0

by Thomas P. Healy After years of planning and more than a year of detailed engineering work, the 13.5-mile first phase of the Red Line Electric Bus Rapid Transit line is 100 percent designed and […more…]

Federal Funding Supports Transit Plan

June 14, 2017 0

by Thomas P. Healy Efforts to implement the Marion County Transit Plan have received a big financial boost recently, and a couple of small ones too. The biggest boost came from Congress, which crafted bi-partisan […more…]

Transit Plan Shifts Gears, Keeps Moving

April 14, 2017 0

by Thomas P. Healy Waiting for Congress to act is fraught with more uncertainty than wondering when the next bus will arrive. Transit advocates struggle to remain optimistic that Congress will fully fund federal capital […more…]