The Whitestown Connector will not operate on Labor Day, Monday, September 3. Please plan accordingly.
The Whitestown Connector, a service of CIRTA, connects Central Indiana workers to Whitestown jobs. All you need is access to an IndyGo route.
Using the Whitestown Connector is easy:
- Take IndyGo’s Route 37-Park 100 or Route 86-86th St Crosstown to Traders Point shopping center on West 86th Street.
- Get off the IndyGo bus when it stops near the Michael’s Crafts store and go to the Whitestown Connector sign.
- Get on the Whitestown Connector, pay your fare and ride to your job!
The Connector travels through the Whitestown industrial park area, making multiple stops (see map below) to get you to your workplace. It connects you to the Allpoints at Anson industrial park area and the industrial parks along Indianapolis Road in Whitestown.
To make sure it gets you to work and home on time, the Connector operates Monday through Friday, starting at 5:15 a.m. (for the earliest bus, see note below). It takes a break from 9:43 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., when it resumes and continues until 7:00 p.m.
The fare for the North Plainfield Connector is $1 in exact change per one-way trip. No pennies are accepted. A 10-trip pass is available for purchase on the bus with cash ($10). Agencies and employers may contact CIRTA for information about purchasing multiple passes. All sales are final and are non-refundable.
Note: The 5:15 Whitestown Connector starts its run in downtown Indianapolis. In order to accommodate early morning shifts, the first run leaves at 5:15 am in downtown Indianapolis from the Connectors sign on Washington Street, near Delaware Street, across the street from the Indianapolis Downtown Transit Center. The Connector then travels directly to Whitestown, circulates through its regular stops, and continues its regular route for the remainder of the day.
*After departing from Delaware and Washington, bus travels to all Plainfield stops shown on route map
The Whitestown Connector is funded by a federal Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ) grant, with anonymous support.
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Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color and national origin in programs and activities receiving Federal financial assistance (42 USC Section 2000d). CIRTA is committed to practicing nondiscrimination. If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination based on race, color or national origin, you may file a complaint with CIRTA. To request more information, call CIRTA at 317.327.7433 or visit our Contact Us page.