Now is your opportunity to show your support for IndyGo, the only transit option for many of the families in our community. Lack of transportation options limits access to potential job opportunities, as well as the programs and services that are critical to positive youth development.
IndyGo is facing a $3 million shortfall in funding for 2010. If this deficit is not eliminated, IndyGo will be forced to make further service cuts, leaving many Indianapolis residents, including those with disabilities, without transportation to work and community services, and leaving Indianapolis businesses with employees who can’t get to work. The IndyGo cuts will come even as bus ridership has grown in the first quarter of this year, and city residents and businesses are still struggling to recover from the economic recession.
When: Thursday, May 20th, 4:45pm – 5:30pm. (IndyGo hearing follows rally at 5:30 pm)
Where: Indianapolis Convention Center- Capitol Street entrance
Who: Indiana Citizens’ Alliance for Transit and all citizens interested in public transit in Marion County
The Indiana Citizens’ Alliance for Transit is calling on Mayor Ballard, the Indianapolis Marion County City-County Council, and IndyGo management to maintain current IndyGo funding and service levels.
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