From the Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization | May 29, 2020
Bargersville Enters Phase 2 of Walkability Project
A $1.7 million pedestrian project is underway in Bargersville to connect neighborhoods to downtown and Switzer Park. Phase 2 began on the new walking and bicycling trail expected to open for users this summer. The MPO provided $1.5 million in federal funding for the project and the town contributed $354,000. Click here to learn more.
Monon Bridge to Open Over SR 32 Friday May 29
The Monon Bridge will be opening over SR 32 in Westfield this Friday, May 29th. Join the ribbon cutting on the south end of the bridge at 10 am or visit their Facebook to watch live! If you plan to attend, the City of Westfield asks that you wear appropriate face coverings and abide by social distancing guidelines.
Indiana LTAP Seeking Input for Conference
The Indiana Local Technical Assistance Panel (LTAP) is seeking input for the Local Transportation Asset Management Conference that is scheduled for this October. This conference will replace the longstanding County Bridge Conference. Click here to provide your feedback.
NACTO Releases Streets for Pandemic Response and Recovery
The National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) released Streets for Pandemic Response and Recovery: a resource and implementation toolkit for local leaders navigating the balance of keeping people and goods moving during the pandemic while ensuring safety and future recovery. Click here for more information.
UPCOMING IRTC MEETING DATES
Check out the  MPO's Calendar  for upcoming meeting dates of the Indianapolis Regional Transportation Council and its Committees. All locations are accessible by public transportation.

  • Policy, Technical, Administrative, and Executive Committee Meeting - June 1 at 9:00 am, online or by phone
  • Administrative Committee Meeting - July 24 at 9:00 am
MPO offices are located in the Indianapolis City-County Building, which has been closed until further notice due to COVID-19. However, we are all working remotely and continue with our normal activities. -- Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization