The $500,000 grant will allow IndyGo Foundation to enhance bus stops on Indianapolis' Near Eastside, improving accessibility and safety for vulnerable populations.
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Addressing both the agency's employee shortage and systemic failures in minority employment, the $240,900 grant will allow IndyGo to enhance recruitment efforts and connect 250 members of minority communities to high-wage employment.
In this latest episode of the Intelligent Transport Podcast, Editorial Assistant Halimah Haque sits down with Emily Meaux, Executive Director of the IndyGo Foundation, and Lacey Everett, Chair of the IndyGo Foundation’s Board of Directors, to discuss the significance of making public transportation more affordable in a car dependent city…
In addition to making public transportation more accessible, IndyGo's free bus passes will boost equitable access to essential services for more than 27,000 Marion County residents.
For the latest instalment of Intelligent Transport’s exclusive COVID-19 recovery series, Inez Evans, President and CEO of IndyGo, discusses the various initiatives and services that the agency has introduced to improve access to transportation in Indianapolis, as well as how community outreach programmes have played a key role in bringing…
IndyGo's Super Stops will improve the transit experience for bus riders across Indianapolis by providing them with real-time bus information, more seating and near-level boarding.
The new UV-C powered air filtration system will help bring cleaner air for IndyGo riders by continuously removing pathogens, allergens and some odours from the air in IndyGo buses.
In addition to improving fuel consumption by up to 25 per cent compared to a diesel bus, IndyGo's new buses will include full electrification capabilities.
The IndyGo Connect on-demand pilot project will bridge transit access gaps by offering customers in southeast Indianapolis the flexibility of a private car with the affordability of public transit.
The BRT project is back under the microscope in the Indiana state legislature, as a new amendment once again threatens the IndyGo project.