On Sept. 18, IndyGo will begin a new planning effort that will help set the agency's direction for the next seven years. The IndyGo Forward planning process will ask stakeholders, policymakers and the public about how transit service should be distributed...
IndyGo, the designated recipient of the Federal Transit Administration's (FTA) Section 5310 funds, is responsible for disbursing and administering allocated funds to eligible organizations and service providers in the Indianapolis region.
Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation (IPTC)
Invitation for Bid
IFB# 14-07-176 Facility Electrical Upgrade
IPTC is seeking bids from qualified Electrical Contractors to install a electric switchgear system that will be used to...
IndyGo 's Invitation for Bid process for the general contractor of the Downtown Transit Center is now open.
The Downtown Transit Center is a nearly $20 million project to enhance the public transit network in Indianapolis. The transit center will...
IndyGo recently distributed $1,764,088 in federal assistance among nine central Indiana mobility-based organizations to help fund 11 different transportation programs for low-income individuals and people with disabilities.
IndyGo, a federal grant administrator for the state of Indiana, is hosting a “Call for Projects” meeting to discuss available Section 5310 federal funds for projects providing transportation to older individuals and those with disabilities.
The head of TSA, Administrator John Pistole, traveled from Washington D.C. to present the award in person to Mike Terry, president and CEO of IndyGo. Danny Crenshaw, chairperson of the IndyGo board of directors, moderated the event.