The Marion County Transit Plan proposes a 70% increase in IndyGo’s service, offering shorter waits, later evening hours, and more weekend service for most of Indianapolis. Without robust transit service, most Indy residents need a car to access the city’s jobs, education, and healthcare. What could better access to opportunity mean for those of us who call Indy home?
Join us at Indiana Landmarks for a breakfast and panel discussion featuring:
Jarrett Walker, Jarrett Walker and Associates
Michael Twyman, OpportunIndy
Kimberly Simmons, Indianapolis Urban League
Leigh Evans, Mapleton-Fall Creek Development Corporation
Indianapolis Urban League
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