Young people looking to travel around the city on Indygo can do so for an affordable rate thanks to the Summer Youth Pass. For $30.00, youth, ages 18 and younger, can ride IndyGo all summer, June 1 through August 31.
“The Summer Youth Pass allows youth the opportunity to reach a summer job, take a class, and enjoy their favorite summertime activities and destinations in Indy,” said IndyGo President and CEO, Mike Terry. “By June, there will be more than 450 weekly transit trips added and we hope Indianapolis youth will take advantage of this great summer deal to travel.”
In addition to the Summer Youth Pass program, riders 18 and under can also take advantage of IndyGo’s Half Fare program year round. Passengers using the Summer Youth Pass or any reduced fare pass must present proper ID when boarding a bus. For IndyGo’s Summer Youth Pass and Half Fare for youth, a valid student ID (K-12) or an IndyGo Half Fare ID card for youth is required when riding the bus.
To apply for Half Fare, complete the application available online or in person, and bring it with proof of age to the Julia M. Carson Transit Center Customer Service Desk, located at 201 E. Washington St. IndyGo Half Fare ID cards may be obtained for $2.00 at the Transit Center. Learn more at IndyGo Fares.
Indianapolis Public Schools recently partnered with IndyGo for a two-month pilot program in May and August at Shortridge High School plus a free pass for summer travel. Through this collaborative program, students have received free bus passes for unlimited travel system wide on all IndyGo bus routes.