The Red Line BRT will eventually connect the cities of Greenwood, Indianapolis, Carmel, and Westfield. The complete line is envisioned as a 35-mile electric BRT corridor that will serve as the backbone to the planned regional transit network. The Red Line route will connect the state’s two largest employment centers (downtown Indianapolis and jobs along U.S. Highway 31 in Carmel) as well as the state’s largest hospital and four major higher education institutions. The Red Line will offer a fast, frequent, and comfortable transportation option to over 100,000 people who will be within walking distance of the 35-mile corridor.
The Red Line is proposed to be completed in three phases:
The BRT service is proposed to run for 20 hours per day, seven days per week, and 365 days per year. For 14 hours per day buses will come every 10 minutes, and every 20 minutes for the other 6 hours (very early morning and late evening).
Visit IndyGo’s Red Line website at http://www.indygo.net/redline to see answers to frequently asked questions, view interactive route maps and the project schedule, and for information on upcoming public meetings.