Originally posted to indystar.com on July 31, 2016 by Chris Sikich. For more than a decade, Hamilton County communities pushed state lawmakers to provide the means to pay for transit lines from their sprawling suburbs to Downtown Indianapolis. Leaders in Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville and Westfield thought they needed to ease traffic congestion along increasingly crowded corridors to connect workers with jobs […]

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Originally posted to indystar.com on July 13, 2016 by John Tuohy. Marion County voters will go it alone in November when they are asked to consider a ballot measure to raise their personal income taxes for improved mass transit. Township trustees in Johnson County decided against asking Greenwood voters to raise income taxes by 0.25 percent […]

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Originally posted to currentincarmel.com on June 29, 2016 by Anna Skinner. Clay and Washington Townships met June 28 to vote on whether or not to add a mass transit funding referendum to Nov. 8 ballots. Whereas the Washington Township board unanimously voted in favor of having the referendum, the Clay Township board decided not to vote on […]

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Originally posted to indystar.com on June 29, 2016 by Chris Sikich. The Clay Township Board has decided not to authorize a referendum on mass transit this year, effectively ending the process to hold referendums this year in Hamilton County. Board member Matt Snyder said the focus for area transit planners should be on developing Marion County’s […]

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Originally posted to cbs4indy.com on June 28, 2016 by Deanna Allbrittin. HAMILTON COUNTY, Ind. — Around 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 28, Clay Township officials are voting whether to join Washington Township by putting a transit referendum on the ballot this November. If they do, Carmel and Westfield voters will both decide if they want to pay […]

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What is a Super Stop? Answers to this question and more at any of IndyGo’s upcoming public meetings. Topics include: Purple Line Rapid Transit, Super-Stops downtown, and Central Avenue 2-Way Conversion. Details here: ow.ly/og1Y30iPP9r

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Today is Transit Driver Appreciation Day! Thanks to all our drivers from IndyGo, Access Johnson County Public Transit, Janus Developmental Services, Inc., Hendricks County Senior Services and everyone else for all that you do. Don't forget to give a special shoutout to your favorite driver! #tdad ... See MoreSee Less

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Tomorrow is Transit Driver Appreciation Day! Don't forget to say a special thank you to our transit drivers who have dedicated their lives to moving people throughout our region. #tdad ... See MoreSee Less

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IndyGo is celebrating Transit Driver Appreciation Day this Friday, and this week we will share some of their stories! Our drivers are amazing and truly #MakeIndyGo. So don’t forget to thank your coach operator, and tell us how awesome they are!

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