DiRecTionS Rapid Transit Study
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The Regional Rapid Transit Study (RTS), known as "Directions", is a comprehensive study of rapid transit in the greater Indianapolis area. The process will examine rapid transit service for the region and answer the questions raised during the ConNECTions (NorthEast Corridor Transportation - Responses to Key Questions - 2001) study.
The Directions study is multi-phased and will determine a preferred system of transit corridors and technology(ies). The Indianapolis Regional Transportation Council (IRTC) and the public will be engaged throughout the study process.
Please visit the links on the left side of this page to find information on technical documents and reports; previous meeting materials; and information about the 2007 Summer Transit Series!
For more information on the Regional Rapid Transit Study, please contact Anna Tyszkiewicz at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 317-327-5487.