IndyGo announced today that it will operate a 100% electric bus fleet by 2035! Now that’s how you make an impact on the environment
And if you’ve wondered why there’s more construction all over the city, it’s because of the new IndyGo Red Line, which will provide frequent transit service between Broad Ripple and the University of Indianapolis.
The Red Line will use the new electric buses, which will be more efficient, and better for the environment. The electric buses run on just a battery that can go 275 miles on a single charge and with the solar paneling on the roof, with most of that coming right from the sun.
IndyGo says the electric buses are more efficient, longer lasting, better for the environment and your health.