As we revel in the news that Indy is one of 20 finalists for Amazon’s HQ2, let’s take a moment to consider one thought: Had the request for bids come out a few years ago, we probably wouldn’t have made the cut. One of the requirements Amazon stipulated is direct access to mass transit, such […]

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Originally posted to fox59.com on January 17, 2018 by Deanna Allbrittin. With funding still up in the air, IndyGo officials say they still don’t know when they’ll start construction on the Red Line. IndyGo’s own advertising promised neighbors the first of nine meetings would provide “construction timeline and traffic detour updates”. But people who have been following […]

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Press Release posted on January 16, 2018 Transit Drives Indy and the Arts Council of Indianapolis are pleased to announce that five artists have been selected to engage community members and each other on temporary projects for IndyGo’s new Red Line Rapid Transit project. Additionally, one artist was selected to join the IndyGo team as […]

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Originally posted to greensburgdailynews.com on January 12, 2018 by Stephanie Dolan. Many people truly enjoy their jobs and are enthusiastic about getting to work each day to network with co-workers and be as productive as possible. Still, everyone’s least favorite part of each workday is usually the moment when the alarm rings. It’s always too […]

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Originally posted to ibj.com on January 12, 2018 by Susan Orr. Here’s some good news for IndyGo passengers and for worker-starved Indianapolis employers: The Indianapolis Public Transportation Corp. plans to add more night and weekend service on its two busiest routes, plus a handful of others, starting Feb. 11. Another round of service upgrades will roll […]

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The next #IndyMoves meeting will be Feb. 21 at College Avenue Branch Library, 4180 N College Ave. For more information on other meeting times and dates, please visit: indymoves.org ... See MoreSee Less

Indy Moves is a citywide effort to tie together Indy's many transportation plans and projects. DMD will host public meetings throughout the city to obtain feedback on the projects you believe are needed and how to best prioritize them. Next public meeting: Wednesday, January 31 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Chapel Hill 7th & 8th Grade Center - Auditorium Sign up for updates on the plan, and to learn when public meetings are coming to a location near you: indymoves.org/contact/

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