The Red Line, an electric bus rapid transit (eBRT) line from Broad Ripple to the University of Indianapolis, could be open to the public as early as 2018. The full Red Line will eventually extend to Westfield’s Grand Park through Clay Terrace and the Arts & Design District in Carmel to the north and into Greenwood’s Old Town to the south. This project is expected to have a major impact on current and future residential and commercial development along the corridor with construction starting as early as 2017.
On Monday, July 27, from 11:00 am to 12:30 p.m., members of the Red Line project team will present information about the project to MIBOR members in order to share details of the plan and gather your feedback. Get an inside look at what this project means for central Indiana and your real estate business.
This first phase of the Red Line from Broad Ripple to the University of Indianapolis represents a unique opportunity, and the corridor’s characteristics make it an important and viable stand-alone project. This first phase of the Red Line will connect many of the largest employers in central Indiana, the four largest Universities, cultural districts and many neighborhoods.
The full expansion of the Red Line after the first phase, along with the Green, Blue, Purple, and Orange lines and significantly expanded local bus routes are part of central Indiana’s regional transit plan known as Indy Connect. This larger expansion will be the subject of a public referendum that could be on the ballot in November 2016. Information about the larger regional plan will also be discussed at this meeting.
To view a proposed map of the Red Line, click here
This event is free and open to all MIBOR members but space may be limited. Please click here
to register. For questions, please contact Chris Pryor at email@example.com