Volunteers to Help With IndyGo Red Line
INDIANAPOLIS -- More than 200 volunteers will be at IndyGo bus stations across Indianapolis to help riders and drivers navigate the new Red Line bus routes.
IndyGo spokesperson, Brandon Evans, said the volunteers will explain everything that new riders and everyday drivers need to know about the system.
"There's going to be a lot of education that needs to happen -- not only how to ride the system, but how to interact as a driver on the street," Evans said.
The new rapid transit system, which runs from Broad Ripple on the north side to the University of Indianapolis on the south side, launches on September 1st. The line will be free throughout the month, while all other IndyGo buses will be free for the first two weeks of September. Volunteers will work in two-hour shifts at all 28 stations between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.
(Photo provided by IndyGo.)