Indy on the Move

Transit-oriented development not only fulfills a community’s basic need for efficient, affordable mass transit, but done successfully, it also attracts businesses and jobs, maximizes existing infrastructure, and capitalizes on new investments to make neighborhoods more vibrant. Learn more about how LISC transit-oriented development connects people to place. 
#IndyMoves Hosting Community Open Houses in February
#IndyMoves is a coordinated effort of city departments and the Metropolitan Planning Organization with a plan aimed to improve mobility and access for residents, workers, and visitors, and to establish transportation priorities. Get the details!
Better IndyGo Bus Service Begins Feb. 11
The IndyGO Transit Plan includes a 70 percent increase in service, less waiting, better night and weekend frequency, easier transfers and three rapid lines. Better bus service begins Sunday, February 11 with the Transit Plan’s first local route improvements.
Artists Selected for Red & Purple Line Creative Placemaking
A $50,000 grant has been secured from Transportation for America for community engagement projects along Red and Purple Bus Rapid Transit Lines. Learn more!