Table of Contents

Overview - Indianapolis

Located on the White River in central Indiana, Indianapolis is the capital and largest city by population in Indiana. It has approximately 886,000 inhabitants in the city proper as of 2019. The Indianapolis metropolitan area (Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson) comprised 2,074,537 residents as of the 2019 US Census Bureau Estimate.

Indianapolis's rapid transit network consists of a single bus rapid transit service.

IndyGo Rapid

Opened 2019, IndyGo Rapid consists of one bus rapid transit service that serves the city of Indianapolis, Indiana and the surrounding suburbs.

Red Line

The IndyGo Rapid Red Line is a bus rapid transit service on a North-South alignment. It runs from 66th/College in the north to University in the south via the Julia M. Carson Transit Center in Downtown Indianapolis, serving 28 stations. It runs on dedicated bus lanes on Capitol Ave, Meridian St, and College Ave.

The Red Line was opened in September 2019. The Red Line is operated by the Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation.

ServiceM-F MiddayM-F RushSat.Sun.Notes

Schedules -- Last Updated: May 12, 2023

References & Helpful Links

IndyGo at Wikipedia

Official Website for IndyGo: IndyGo


All Official Maps - IndyGo [Last Accessed May 12, 2023]

Other Sources

Asset Notes

The IndyGo Rapid Red Line color was taken from the line map on the IndyGo website as of June 20, 2020. At least three different shades of red are in use on the website for the line; the color may be replaced at a later time. The IndyGo Rapid Purple Line color was taken from the line map on the IndyGo website as of May 12, 2023.

Last Updated: May 12, 2023

Old Maps
Note: Not all maps reflect changes in service. Older maps may contain inaccuracies.
2020 06 v12023 05 v1

+ : Line/Station Extension/Opening | x : Line/Station Closure | = : Other Service Change | ! : Map change unrelated to service changes


2020 06 v1 - 2023 05 v1: ! Addition: Purple Line (u/c) | ! Adjustment: Map Template Change