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Category Archives: Sustainability

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On The Transit Front, Meet Katrina Ent

Posted by: Hannah Thomas
Posted: February 22, 2021
Categories: Networking & Social, Lifestyle & Wellness, Sustainability, Civic Engagement, YP Perspectives, Community Partners, Innovation & Technology, IndyHub

Katrina Ent is an early communications professional, digital storyteller and relationship builder. She’s also a dedicated member of the IndyGo team where she sits at the helm of communications for our city’s transit system. I got to sit […]

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Young professionals pave the way for IndyGo Red Line in Indianapolis

Posted by: Laura Granieri
Posted: August 16, 2019
Categories: Lifestyle & Wellness, Sustainability

A few short weeks from now, the long-awaited Red Line will open, providing increased service on the route between Broad Ripple and the University of Indianapolis. This transformational project – alongside expanded service across the whole system – […]

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Help Determine the Future of the White River

Posted by: Indianapolis Department of Metropolitan Development
Posted: January 28, 2019
Categories: Sustainability, Civic Engagement, Community Partners

The White River’s future has been determined by all of you – the central Indiana community. Over the last six months, we have received loads of feedback regarding what you would like to see happen along the river, as well as what you don’t want to see happen. There’s a clear passion for engaging with and stewarding the river presently within the region, and many of you see the plan as an opportunity to continue to improve the quality of life within Marion and Hamilton County.

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