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IndyGo's Michael Terry at BusCon

IndyGo's Michael Terry at BusCon

A conversation with IndyGo's President/CEO Michael Terry following his address at BusCon2013.

Mayor proposes short-term solution to save IndyGo

On Thursday, Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard announced a potential short-term solution to halt fare increases and service reductions that could otherwise result from a projected budget shortfall at IndyGo. IndyGo publicly presented proposed service reductions and fare increases on May 20 at public hearings. More than 400 people turned out for these public hearings and many voiced

IndyGo recommends further service adjustments

The Indianapolis Public Transportation Corp. (IndyGo) is recommending service adjustments to accommodate a dramatic shortfall in its 2010 property tax distribution. Property tax is IndyGo's primary source of local revenue, which accounts for about 30 percent of its total annual budget: $53 million. In preparation for some expected reductions in revenue and unplanned expenses, IndyGo

IndyGo earns 'Green Business Designation'

The Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce welcomed the Indianapolis Public Transportation Corp. (IndyGo) as a new member to its Green Business Initiative, recognizing IndyGo's proactive engagement in environmentally responsive and "green" business operations. IndyGo was also honored as one of 15 finalists for the inaugural Indianapolis Sustainability Awards. "While

IndyGo approved to maintain current service, fares

IndyGo approved to maintain current service, fares

IndyGo's 2014 budget was approved by the Indianapolis City County Council, allowing the transit agency to maintain its current

IndyGo president fired

The Indianapolis Public Transportation Corp. (IndyGo) fired six-year president Barry Bland. The transit agency's board cited concerns about Bland's "leadership and the direction that the company was headed" as reasons for his dismissal, said The Indianapolis Star. The board voted unanimously to immediately replace Bland. Roland J. Mross, a former deputy administrator for the Federal

IndyGo recycles stadium seats for bus stops

IndyGo recycles stadium seats for bus stops

, PUP is facilitating the refurbishment of the stadium seats, while a strategic relationship with IndyGo is bringing the rehabbed stand-alone benches to bus stops around Indianapolis. In late 2011, the pilot PUPstop was installed at Alabama and Vermont Streets where a public art mural of Kurt Vonnegut is the backdrop, steps from Massachusetts Avenue at a stop served by IndyGo routes 2, 5

IndyGo to add 11 electric-hybrid buses

In January 2011, the Indianapolis Public Transportation Corp. (IndyGo) plans to welcome 22 new 40-foot, low-floor Gillig LLC buses into its fleet. Of those 22 buses, 11 will incorporate the latest electric-hybrid technology. "We're very excited about adding these 'green machines

IndyGo to begin more improvements in June

IndyGo to begin more improvements in June

Indianapolis-based IndyGo announced it will begin it next round of bus service improvements on June 9. In February, the transit agency launched frequent service on its core lines, added weekend service and lengthened some hours of service. The changes slated for June

IndyGo to unveil refurbed articulated buses

IndyGo to unveil refurbed articulated buses

IndyGo is introducing 17 newly refurbished 60-foot articulated buses on Route 39 – East 38th Street and Route 8 – Washington, offering

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