September 14, 2021

IndyGo Says It's In Desperate Need of Drivers

IndyGo says it's in need of drivers after several left during the pandemic. - WFYI

IndyGo says it's in need of drivers after several left during the pandemic.

WFYI

IndyGo needs drivers.

Spokesperson Carrie Black said IndyGo is looking to rebuild its workforce after many drivers left during the pandemic. The public transit service is also competing with many other employers looking to hire workers.

Black said they hope to hire enough drivers to avoid any changes to its current services.

“To continue to provide on time service and to continue to provide the level of service that we provide to men, women and students who use IndyGo, we really need people to come drive for us,” Black said

Paid training takes eight to 10 weeks.  A CDL license is required, but no experience is necessary.    IndyGo says full time hours and benefits are available.  Starting pay is up to $20 an hour the first year.

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