Will employees ride IndyGo to jobs in north suburbs?: Low fares could draw those who can't afford to drive

With little effort, IndyGo may well pack buses on a new route starting in September from Fishers to Indianapolis. After all, the hellish commute on interstates 69 and 465 is its own best advertising for taking the bus. But while full loads each morning to big employment center Indianapolis are one thing, how about when the bus heads back to Fishers to pick up another load for the inbound commute? "It's like a trucking firm. You want to have full...

 

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