Central Indiana Transit Plan
The 2016 Central Indiana Transit Plan recommends improving existing transit systems and creating new ones. The plan is presented in a "Question & Answer" format for easy reference and provides a great deal of information on basic transit planning principles. Unlike other projects you will find on this website, the Central Indiana Transit Plan is ongoing, and the plan and recommendations will change over time as additional public input is gathered and studies are completed.
From 2010-2018, transit planning was coordinated in a partnership between the Indianapolis MPO, IndyGo, and CIRTA, and was referred to as Indy Connect. With the implementation of the Marion County Transit Plan and the opening of the Red Line in 2019, the Indianapolis MPO assumed more direct leadership of transit planning in Central Indiana. We continue to partner with IndyGo, CIRTA, and the suburban transit providers in the counties included in the metropolitan planning area to improve transit options for the region.
View completed transit studies on our Regional Transit Plans page.
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