I have suggested IndyGo, to acculturate the citizens of Indianapolis and Marion County to take mass transit, should:
1) Increase the number of bus routes to optimize the number of potential riders. We should have bus routes in areas where the numbers of potential riders is greatest.
2) Increase the number of buses on those routes so that during peak hours, especially, someone need wait no more than ten minutes for a bus.
3) Make sure the buses run on time and are…
Added by Mark Small on July 11, 2016 at 6:28am — No Comments
In 1986, when I moved to Marion County to attend law school, I was surprised at the relatively primitive mass transit system. One had to wait an hour at a stop for a bus. I had lived in Chicago, where buses were frequent and dependable, fares cheap enough to make driving a car a much-less-preferred option for daily transportation, and everyone rode the bus. By that I mean there was no stigma to riding the bus. I rode the 151 Sheridan bus for about a year, from a stop in Lincoln Park a…Continue
Added by Mark Small on July 9, 2016 at 5:58am — No Comments