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Public transit GM Q&A: How are you boosting ridership?

Top transit officials from Lexington, Ky., to Richmond, Va., provide their feedback.

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.

Sustainability| January 8, 2016

CCW delivers 21st ZEPS electric bus to IndyGo

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| December 1, 2015

BusCon 2015: New Vehicles, New Exhibitors, New Ways to Do Business

Several manufacturers unveiled new vehicles, including ABC Companies and Micro Bird Commercial, as well as those new to the U.S. market by Karsan and Indbus. All told, 145 exhibitors, with more than 50 new to the annual event, packed the show floor.

Bus| October 19, 2015

[Photos] BusCon 2015

A look at BusCon 2015's sessions, parties and more. The show will return to Indianapolis next year Sept. 19-21.

Bus| January 20, 2015

IndyGo ridership reaches 23-year peak

Numbers for 2014 soared to 10.29M passenger trips, with seven individual months hitting highs that had never been seen before.

Bus| October 14, 2014

Question of the Day: EXPO Tuesday

What has changed at your operation since 2011’s EXPO?
Bus| November 19, 2013

IndyGo to unveil refurbed articulated buses

The necessity of buses has been proven by Routes 39 and 8 alone, which together delivered nearly 250,000 trips in September of this year, more than a quarter of the entire system’s ridership.
Bus| October 21, 2013

More BusCon video highlights: Transit Edition

In our continuing coverage, we feature two more videos from BusCon 2013 as it wrapped up its stay at Chicago’s Navy Pier.
Bus| October 15, 2013

IndyGo approved to maintain current service, fares

Last year at this time, the council approved an increase of $6 million for the 2013 budget, which allowed IndyGo to make noticeable upgrades to local bus service.
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