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A Win for Transit in Indianapolis
On Election Day, the Marion County Transit Plan received overwhelming support from voters with nearly 60 percent support countywide.

The plan will create shorter wait and travel times, new rapid transit options, and allow every route to run every day. Reliable bus service means that our friends and neighbors can get to their jobs, that our parents and grandparents can get to appointments and the grocery store, and that members of the community can access shopping and businesses.

But gaining approval from Marion County voters was just one step. We need your help in taking the next one.

What’s Next?
The Indianapolis City-County Council must now vote to enact the income tax increase that was approved by voters.

On February 21 at 5:30 p.m., the Rules Committee is holding a meeting where testimony and a vote on the Mass Transit proposal will be taken.

Councillors will hear from organizations and members of the public about the importance of funding transit at the level approved by Marion County voters.  

We need your continued support and attendance at this important meeting! 

WHAT: Rules Committee

WHEN: Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017

5:30 p.m.

WHERE: New Wineskin Ministries

            4501 38th St.

            Indianapolis, IN

The path to approving the increase will end at the Council meeting listed below:   

  • February 27: Full-council meeting - vote on final adoption (7:00 p.m. in Public Assembly Room, City-County Building)


Let us know if you can make it on Feb. 21st by filling out the RSVP below.



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