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All rides on IndyGo will be free on Wednesday, April 4 to honor and celebrate the Kennedy King Memorial 50th Anniversary.

Additionally, transit routes to and from Kennedy King Park at 17th and Broadway will have boosted service to accommodate the larger crowds for both the 10:30am morning event and the 5:00pm evening celebration.

Routes 5 and 17 will have added bus service before and after each event.
Riders may also take Routes 2 and 4 to the park.

IndyGo Transit Ambassadors will be at the Transit Center helping new and veteran riders hop on the correct bus.

“KKMI appreciates IndyGo’s support and recognition of the 50th Anniversary commemorative event on April 4, 2018 by boosting service and offering free rides,” said Representative Greg Porter, KKMI Board Chair. “By providing a vital service to the community as a transit provider, it will ensure transportation is not a barrier to those who wish to attend this historic event in Indiana history.”

Riders may plan a trip using Google Maps by selecting the bus icon, online at www.IndyGo.net, calling customer service at 317-635-3344, or simply by finding a Transit Ambassador at the Transit Center.

More information about IndyGo’s free rides and boosted service at www.IndyGo.net and details about the Anniversary events can be found at www.KennedyKingIndy.org.

About IndyGo:
IndyGo, the Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation, provides public transit service throughout Marion County. The Marion County Transit Plan calls for a 70 percent increase in service, offering shorter waits, extended evening hours and weekend service, and three rapid transit lines in high-ridership corridors. Stay in touch at www.IndyGo.net, by calling 317-635-3344, and on social media @IndyGoBus.

 

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