Explore the Transit Plan

Explore the Transit Plan

The Indy Connect plan includes several different types of transportation — from buses to rail, to roadways, bike and pedestrian walkways — all working together to serve residents across Central Indiana counties. It's designed to get people to places they need to be and to places they want to be. It has the potential to revitalize and enhance neighborhoods and help the region compete for talent and economic investment.

IndyGo Forward Public Meetings

IndyGo Forward Public Meetings

Wednesday, October 29 | 12:00 - 2:00PM
The Hall
202 N. Alabama, Indianapolis

Thursday, October 30 | 9:00 - 11:00AM
The Hall
202 N. Alabama, Indianapolis

Learn Why Transit is Important to Central Indiana

Learn Why Transit is Important to Central Indiana

Transit plays a key role in connecting people to jobs, education, healthcare, and leisure activities. It attracts a young and talented workforce and helps Central Indiana compete in the 21st Century.  It provides an alternative to driving, especially important with gas prices on the rise.  Transit saves time and money for those who use it, and often, even for those who don’t. 

Learn About the Red and Blue Lines

Learn About the Red and Blue Lines

Detailed recommendations have been completed for the Red and Blue Rapid Transit Lines. The executive summaries of the recommendations are now available for review.

 

Invite Indy Connect to Come Speak

Invite Indy Connect to Come Speak

We want to ensure you are informed about the transit plan for the future of Central Indiana and what it could mean for our community.  We welcome the opportunity to come speak at your club or organization.  Just email us at at request@indyconnect.org with your information and we will work with you to arrange for an Indy Connect representative to come and speak.

The Indy Connect Transit PLan

Indy Connect, Central Indiana’s Transportation Initiative, is about connecting people to people and people to places through a network of bus routes, rapid transit lines, walking and biking paths and roadways.

It’s about how these modes of transportation work together to get people to healthcare, jobs, the grocery store, school and entertainment.

It offers much-needed transportation for those who don’t have a car, alternatives for those who don’t want to drive a car, and opportunities for jobs, cleaner air and neighborhood revitalization.

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200 E. Washington St.

City-County Building, Room 1922

Indianapolis, IN 46204