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Matt Impink on Transit in Indy

Matt Impink on Transit in Indy
Come join us this Thursday, August 25th at 7 PM to hear a presentation made by Matt Impink of the Indy Chamber as he covers the background and future of transit in Indianapolis. Matt will be covering the current facts about transit in Indy as well as the talking about the Indy Connect transit plan for the near term and longer term. This will be a chance to ask questions about the Red Line plan as well as the upcoming transit referendum on the ballot this fall. Please try to RSVP on the Strong Indy meetup page if you plan to attend. Also feel free to share this invitation with anyone who might be...
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New Poll Shows Support for Mass Transit Referendum in Marion County

New Poll Shows Support for Mass Transit Referendum in Marion County
Indy’s Congregation Action Network commissioned a poll for the upcoming Mass Transit referendum. The results are encouraging to supporters, however I’m going to take this with a grain of salt. This is an organization that supports transit, and not an independent media source. Still, I figured it would be good to link it here in case anyone was curious to see a potential reading of the November electorate. Without some independent polls, though, we can’t average out the results to find a better gauge. Social Media ...
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Guest Post from Nick Ison: Sustainability and Connectivity: Values that move us

Guest Post from Nick Ison: Sustainability and Connectivity: Values that move us
This is the 3rd post in a series of guest posts in support of increased transit access in Indianapolis. The first 2 can be read here and here.   In 2005, I moved from Indiana to attend college in Boston. Next came Philadelphia and Princeton to pursue a job and a masters degree respectively. When I returned to live at College and Kessler in 2014 though, I was anxious. Big east coast cities have a lot to offer a young professional, and I was worried that Indianapolis wouldn’t stack up. What I quickly found, however, was just the opposite: when friends from New York would call and complain about...
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Red Line Public Meetings begin next week

Red Line Public Meetings begin next week
With the Red Line approaching the final stages of planning, the Department of Public Works and IndyGo is holding a series of meetings for public input. We encourage the public to attend and express support for expanding transit options here in Indianapolis. Dates, times, and locations are listed below. I’m hoping to attend the one at the College Avenue Library next Thursday:   Social Media ...
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New Series: Guest Posts in Support of Indy Connect’s Mass Transit Referendum

New Series: Guest Posts in Support of Indy Connect’s Mass Transit Referendum
Urban Indy is partnering with the new Transit Drives Indy website to promote the Indy Connect ballot referendum, which will appear before the full City Council on Monday, May 9th at 7 pm in the City County Building. We intend to run a series of blog posts from citizens in support of the plan. Our first guest post is from Kallan Carr: As a Midtown resident, I love everything about my neighborhood. My husband and I bought our home at 46th and Carrollton because we wanted to enjoy all aspects of city life in Indianapolis. We love to walk to restaurants, the store, bike to Broad Ripple and enjoy all the...
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