September 13, 2019

IndyGo Begins Transition To New Fare System

IndyGo’s new 2-Hour Transfer Ticket will give riders a two-hour window for free transfers on local bus service and the Red Line. - FILE PHOTO: Erica Irish/WFYI

IndyGo’s new 2-Hour Transfer Ticket will give riders a two-hour window for free transfers on local bus service and the Red Line.

FILE PHOTO: Erica Irish/WFYI

IndyGo has begun the transition to its new MyKey fare system.

Beginning Sept. 15, the single-trip pass will be replaced by IndyGo’s new 2-Hour Transfer Ticket. It will give riders a two-hour window for free transfers on IndyGo local bus service and the Red Line.

Riders can purchase a 2-Hour Transfer Ticket or a day pass on the bus. Those purchasing a single-trip at the Julia M. Carson Transit Center will receive their 2-Hour Transfer Ticket on the bus. 

Fares will remain $1.75 per trip for full-fare customers and $0.85 for half-fare customers. Day passes will also stay at $4.00 for full-fare customers and $2.00 for half-fare customers.

IndyGo says additional MyKey components -- including the mobile application, ticket vending machines and reloadable cards -- will be available in the coming weeks.

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