IndyGo has inaugurated its new East Campus headquarters, a 110,000-square-foot facility representing the future of IndyGo. This new location includes features like expanded bus fleet storage, advanced driver training simulators, collaborative spaces for employees, and an extended outdoor training course. The facility will also house the planned bus storage and maintenance area, accommodating hybrid and electric vehicles to support future transit initiatives, including the Purple Line bus rapid transit (BRT) route. The new headquarters aligns with IndyGo’s commitment to the community, offers operational efficiency, and supports the agency’s goal of transitioning to a fully zero-emission bus fleet. The move to the Far Eastside also makes IndyGo’s workplace more accessible and attractive, with recent incentives and new hiring approaches further boosting its workforce. The new headquarters has positive economic and community development implications for the area.
Greater Indiana Board Member and IndyGo President and CEO Inez Evans said, “In moving to the Far Eastside, IndyGo is demonstrating its commitment to the community, placing its new home and headquarters where many of its employees and riders reside…As the Purple Line continues to progress toward completion, we are putting our money where our mouth is by embracing the surrounding neighborhoods we serve daily as our own. We are very excited about this new space, but it is not only our new home, but the community’s new home.”