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red rapid transit line study

Indy Connect is conducting a more detailed study of the Red Rapid Transit Line in 2013. This study will add significant detail to the work that has already been done as part of the Indy Connect planning process and will prepare the region to apply for Federal funding to construct the project through the Federal Transit Administration at the appropriate time.
 
The Red Line is 25 miles long and extends from Carmel in the North, through Downtown, to Greenwood in the South. It connects to key destinations including Broad Ripple, Butler, the Children's Museum, the IU Health Hospital Complex, Eli Lilly, and the University of Indianapolis.  The corridor connects some of the fastest growing population and employment centers in the region and serves one of the key commuting corridors.  

200 E. Washington St.

City-County Building, Room 1922

Indianapolis, IN 46204