North Split Upgrades
The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is reconstructing the I-65/I-70 North Split interchange in downtown Indianapolis. The project will repair deteriorating bridges, reduce congestion and improve safety. Learn about the schedule at NorthSplit.com, where you also can sign up to receive text updates.
We would love to discuss how you can transform your commute to avoid driving alone every day. Click here to learn more.
An upside of teleworking: Reducing your carbon footprint
In addition to helping stop the spread of COVID-19, more people working from home means that we’re collectively reducing our region’s carbon footprint and saving money.
The average Central Indiana commuter drives 40.8 miles and spends 50.6 minutes to and from work every day.
So for just one day of telecommuting, the average commuter in our region saves $23 and improves air quality by reducing 32 pounds of pollution from the air we breathe.
Entering the telecommuting and working-from-home world for the first time? Here are some tips from Commuter Connect staff.
As the driving force behind improved mobility for Central Indiana, the Central Indiana Regional Transportation Authority (CIRTA) and its Commuter Connect, Workforce Connector and County Connect programs create a healthier community and generate greater access for all to the region’s countless opportunities, amenities and services.
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Choose a more efficient and affordable way to travel.
CATS (City of Anderson Transit Service) has seven fixed routes, including the Flagship Express Bus, which provides service from downtown Anderson to Flagship Enterprise Industrial Park. CATS also manages a twice-a-day Muncie-to-Indianapolis route with stops in Muncie, Anderson, Pendleton, Fortville and Indianapolis. Nifty Lifts provides door-to-door service for people with disabilities.Learn More
With 31 routes and more than 3,000 bus stops throughout Indianapolis, IndyGo takes you where you need to go. Open Door is IndyGo’s reservation-based, shared ride service for those who meet the criteria established by the U.S. Department of Transportation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990.Learn More
With 14 routes, MITS (Muncie Indiana Transit System) connects you to Ball State University, the Muncie Mall, Ball Memorial Hospital, Ivy Tech Community College, Minnetrista Cultural Center, Walmart, Downtown Muncie, and many places in between. The MITSPlus service provides door-to-door service for people with disabilities.Learn More