Originally posted to indystar.com on September 1, 2016 (letter to the editor). Referendum questions aren’t often on ballots in Indiana. On Nov. 8, voters in Marion County will see one about whether they want to increase their income tax to improve mass transit in Indianapolis. Here’s the exact wording: “Shall Marion County have the ability […]

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History will be made tonight. The full City-County Council will vote on whether to enact the income tax to fully fund the Marion County Transit Plan. 7PM in City-County Building public assembly room or watch live online at ow.ly/ByOw307Pr8f. ... See MoreSee Less

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History will be made tonight. The full City-County Council will vote on whether to enact the income tax to fully fund the Marion County Transit Plan. 7PM in City-County Building public assembly room or watch live online at ow.ly/ByOw307Pr8f. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Marion County Transit Plan is the result of unprecedented community involvement. ... See MoreSee Less

In 2016 alone, Indy Connect: Central Indiana's Transit Initiative reached 22,000+ people at 650+ events to educate & answer questions on the Transit Plan. Check out this interactive map that shows all meetings & locations back to 2010: ow.ly/1fAP309cQlF

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The Marion County Transit Plan will shorten wait times for buses and increase morning, evening and weekend hours. You’ll also get every route, every day. ... See MoreSee Less

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