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Interactive Map of Indianapolis Transit Support

Interactive Map of Indianapolis Transit Support
The big local news from the Election a few weeks ago was the passing of the IndyGo funding referendum. With almost 60% of the vote, voters in Marion County supported the measure, giving the City County Council a good indication of the direction of their upcoming vote on the issue. Thankfully, MIBOR released the election results by council district. I asked Jill Saligoe-Simmel to help map the results so they could be displayed in a clickable manner. The results can be seen on her website, or below: Supporters are now encouraged to write to their council members. I’ve already written mine, Duke...
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Election Day Volunteer Opportunities

Election Day Volunteer Opportunities
Transit Drives Indy has opportunities for volunteers on Election Day, November 8th. Sign up on their website to attend a polling place in Marion County. NOTE: I have turned off comments on this post.   Social Media
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Mobilizing in Support for Mass Transit

Mobilizing in Support for Mass Transit
The next month will be absolutely critical for supporters of Indianapolis Transit. First, they need to pass the budget for 2017. The budget didn’t clear a Committee Hearing last month in a surprise move. Fortunately there is still time to save the budget, with a hearing scheduled at the full Council next Monday at 7pm at the City-County Building. Supporters of transit are encouraged to attend, starting across the street at the City Market at 6:30 pm. Attendees will be provided a Transit Drives Indy t-shirt. Also, there are now finally yard signs in support of the Transit Expansion Plan to...
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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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Letters of Support for the Red Line

Letters of Support for the Red Line
Due in part to some of the recent pushback on the Red Line proposal, I have been asked by a fan of Urban Indy to write a letter to the President of the Meridian Kessler Neighborhood Association, Nick Colby. He can be reached at: ncolby at colbyequipment dot com. Here is the letter that I have prepared: If you are a resident of Meridian Kessler and a fan of Urban Indy, I encourage you to write your own letter of support for the proposed Red Line. Social Media ...
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