IndyGo has been exposed little by little. What goes on to the tiny businesses along the way during construction so when parking is taken away? Where is the amount of money coming from? IndyGo has been very vague concerning this. They want to get this first stage built to allow them to claim we must support it.

What happens to all or any of the other areas of IndyGo when the Red Line sucks up so much money? What about the interpersonal people who need public transportation for daily living? People on the East and West sides. Why spend huge amount of money building little bus stations all along the route, while streets crumble?

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Why would we give such a blank check to IndyGo and its cronies? Why is the Chamber of Business so included? Isn’t it an issue of interest for Mark Fisher to be sitting down on all of the transit boards? Who picks the winners and the losers? This is business as normal.

I have attempted for two months to get a meeting that was promised if you ask me by Mayor Hogsett about this and all I get is a threatening phone call from his Chief of Staff. The Red Line is not being ramming through to improve transit. If we really wanted to improve transit it would be done across the whole network, not centered on 1-3 select lines.

The Red Line is being put in so developers can develop the faculty Avenue corridor. Just take a look at their renderings of College Avenue in the foreseeable future; it generally does not resemble today whatsoever. The IndyGo is absolutely taking us on a ride with this; an express bus to financial failure, crumbling roads, higher taxes, and fat developers. The “In the Red” Line costs a great deal of dollars but makes no sense.

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