NewsLocal News / July 1, 2016

IndyGo To Offer Free Rides, Extended Service On July 4

IndyGo is also encouraging riders to plan ahead and allow extra time for their July 4 travel because special events and road closures will cause detours and delays. Indianapolis, travel, IndyGo, July 42016-07-01T00:00:00-04:00
IndyGo To Offer Free Rides, Extended Service On July 4

IndyGo says it will operate on an amended holiday schedule July 4.

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INDIANAPOLIS – On Monday, July 4, IndyGo will operate on an amended holiday schedule, with additional outbound service from downtown at 11 p.m. to help get passengers home after the Donatos Downtown Freedom Blast.

IndyGo will also continue to offer free rides on all routes through July 4 to help riders adjust to the Transit Center opening and route changes. Normal fare will be required to ride the bus beginning Tuesday, July 5.

On July 4, all of the 17 routes that normally run on Sunday schedule will make one last outbound trip from the stop at Capitol Ave. and Market St. and from the stop at Ohio St. and Capitol Ave. at 11 p.m.

Officials are advising riders that IndyGo’s Quick Trip Planner and transit directions on Google Maps will not reflect the special schedule or detours due to street closures and special events. In the event the Freedom Blast is rained out, IndyGo will still operate the additional 11 p.m. trips.

IndyGo’s Service Hours for July 4:

  • Local Routes: Operating on a Sunday schedule
  • Open Door: Operating on a Sunday schedule
  • Julia M. Carson Transit Center: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Customer Service Call Center: Closed
  • Retail and Customer Service Center at the Transit Center: Closed
  • Administrative Office: Closed

IndyGo says several special events on July 4 will cause detours and delays, and says passengers should plan ahead and allow plenty of time for travel to their destinations.

Information is available on IndyGo's service alerts website or by calling its customer service line at  (317) 635-3344, before July 4.

 

 

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