IndyGo Transit Plan Receives Final Approval

Historic Neighborhoods were pleased Marion County voters agreed that the Transit Plan needs to move forward. On February 27th the City County Council approved by a vote of 17-9 mass transit funding for the community. Mass transit passed November's referrendum by a 60+% margin, moved forward from the County's County's Rules and Policy Committee and rexeived final Council approval on Feb 27th. The Council authorized the full .25 cents for every $100 of Income option proposed by the November 2016 Referrendum. Here's a news release on the Council vote. (Want to know how to thank your City County Councillor? Clicking here.)

Phase 1 of the Transit Plan calls for the introduction of a new bus rapid transit line (i.e. The Red Line) running from Broad Ripple on the north side to University of Indianapolis on the south side. This new line will provide more frequent service with fewer stops, connecting area residents with more places to work, shop, and experience our great city. 

Phase 2 of the Plan funds transit improvements and expansion for a Blue Line and Purple lines. Here’s a link to more details: 

If you would like to learn more about IndyGo’s mission to restore, increase, and better transit service throughout the city – visit

Click here if you'd like a visual overview of the impact of transit on our community and future steps for adopting a strategic Marion County Transit Plan.

IndyGo under attack

IndyGo Funding Resources under attack in Indiana Legislature

Senate Bill 141 Hampers Transit’s Expansion of Purple and Blue Lines

During this year’s 2021 legislative session, Indiana lawmakers are targeting eliminating critical funding needed for IndyGo’s Purple and Blue Lines.  Here is an IBJ article from February 18 with details. If residents in your neighborhood depend on transit and/or the future Blue & Purple Lines, reach out to your Indiana State Representative to tell them Transit is important and needs all the tools in the arsenal.  Find your Congressional Rep by clicking here. For the latest IndyGo updates, click here. General information on transit routes, transit passes and tracking your bus, visit the IndyGo website.