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As Tech Matures, Transit Agency Usage of Electric Buses Evolves

Sustainability| March 20, 2018

With many early pioneers now moving to larger implementation, advances are making it more possible for the vehicles to be used in a variety of service applications, although how to install the infrastructure necessary for large-scale operations is a task that needs to mastered.

Red Line BRT contracts awarded by IndyGo board

Management & Operations| December 8, 2017

The site civil work, including roadway and sidewalk construction, will be carried out by Rieth-Riley Construction Co. Inc., and the station canopy construction and related buildout work will be done by FA Wilhelm Construction.

Management & Operations| August 31, 2017

IndyGo releases Red Line BRT construction bid package

The Red Line, is planned to open for service in spring 2019, will stretch 13 miles from Broad Ripple to the University of Indianapolis.

Public Transit GM Q&A: How are you solving the first/last mile issue?

Agency heads from Baltimore; Long Beach, Calif.; Tampa, Fla.; Austin, Texas; Oakland, Calif.; Ann Arbor, Mich.; Orange County, Calif.; and Indianapolis weigh in on this hot topic.

Government Issues| December 20, 2016

U.S. DOT unveils progress of 7 cities' 'game-changing' projects

Goals of the "Ladders of Opportunity" pilot were to build and restore transportation connections, develop workforce capacity, and catalyze neighborhood revitalization in Atlanta; Baltimore; Baton Rouge, La.; Charlotte, N.C.; Indianapolis; Phoenix; and Richmond, Va.

Sustainability| November 28, 2016


The remanufactured ZEPS bus is rebuilt with lightweight flooring, low resistance tires, and energy-efficient heating and cooling, while ensuring a reach of 130 mile range on a single battery charge.

Bus| November 23, 2016

New Maintenance Forum, Expanded Product Showcase Bolster BusCon 2016

The event, held at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis Sept. 19 to 21, featured an expanded show floor and educational sessions touching on everything from electric buses to how to implement a succession plan.

Bus| September 27, 2016

BusCon '16 features more than 80 buses, debuts maintenance forum

This year's event definitely had something for everyone, including the most buses on one North American show floor, a closer look at issues set to impact transit maintenance professionals, an up-to-date look at electric buses and a the BusCon Connect hosted buyers program. 

Management & Operations| September 15, 2016

2016 Women in Transportation: Victoria Learn

Learn's main focus is ensuring that all buses are kept up to FTA standards, as well as employee and public safety, which she considers to be her biggest responsibility.

Bus| August 4, 2016

$26.5 million transit center opens in Indianapolis

The 14,000-square-foot building has free Wi-Fi, public restrooms and real-time bus information. A partnership between IndyGo and the Arts Council of Indianapolis will bring live music and spoken word and performance art to the transit center, as well as at bus stops and on the buses themselves.


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