October 3, 2022

IndyGo to hold community meetings for feedback on service plans

IndyGo to hold community meetings for feedback on service plans

If you have suggestions on Indianapolis’ bus network, the city’s public transportation agency is accepting feedback on ways to improve.

IndyGo will hold several open house meetings this month, and community members are encouraged to attend.

IndyGo says community engagement is needed to ensure it can meet the demand for fast, reliable service. Its project team will collect the feedback on proposed updates to IndyGo’s service plans and use it to make adjustments. The plans are anticipated to be finalized at the regularly scheduled November board meeting.

The meetings are planned for Oct. 11 at the Community Justice Center, 675 Justice Way; Oct. 13 at P30 Coworking Space, 3039 N Post Road; and Oct. 18th via Zoom. All of the meetings are scheduled to start at 5:30 p.m.

More information on the meetings and the proposed route changes can be found on the IndyGo website.

Those who are unable to attend the meetings can find a recording of the virtual meeting and submit feedback online.

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