This page will feature tools for members of the community and businesses to find resources before, during and after construction of the Red Line.
During construction, IndyGo will strive to minimize disruption to businesses and residents, as well as vehicular traffic, pedestrians, and bicyclists. Three corridor liaisons have already begun talking one-on-one with business owners and residents to share information and listen to their concerns.
If you have a question or concern, please call your corridor liaison!
Jennifer Pyrz, (317) 983-4230
Northern Corridor | From 66th & College to 38th & Meridian
Jennifer is a traffic engineer and transportation planner at HNTB with 22 years of experience in Indianapolis. In fact, she and her family live in the Red Line corridor. Her work has included Red Line Alternatives Analysis, consulting on Safe Routes to School studies for many elementary schools in the region, and conducting a variety traffic, safety, and parking studies.
Jennifer Heltsley, (317) 608-2734
Southern Corridor | From the Downtown Transit Center to the University of Indianapolis
Jennifer works for Shrewsberry & Associates and is a civil engineer by education, with over ten years of project management/construction management experience. Several of those years have been spent in the transportation sector, managing work and providing oversight on both the aviation and roadway projects. She is particularly involved with public engagement on big projects and has been active in early work on the Red Line project.
IndyGo supports local businesses before, during, and after Red Line construction. The Indy Chamber’s Business Ownership Initiative can offer support to local business during construction.
For more information on BOI support services that are available during construction, please click on the image below.
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is conducting a Transit Impact Study to measure before/after outcomes related to investment and land-use along the Red Line corridor. Surveys have been mailed to both residents and businesses along the line to gather information. Visit the Transit Impact Study page to learn more information.