IndyGo Pilot Feedback Survey
For the 2019-20 school year, IPS and IndyGo have expanded an exciting transportation benefit to all district high school students.

Students from Arsenal Tech, Crispus Attucks, George Washington and Shortridge can choose to ride IndyGo, the city’s public transit system, to and from school instead of using the district’s yellow school buses. Using their school ID/bus pass, students can also use IndyGo to commute to and from work and extracurricular activities, or simply to explore the city.

To gauge how the program is working, IPS is seeking feedback from students, parents and district stakeholders.

How often do you use IndyGo to get to/from school? *
How often do you use IndyGo to get to work after school? *
How often do you use IndyGo to get to/from extracurricular activities? *
How often do you use IndyGo to explore the city? *
How often did the IndyGo bus arrive on time when using it to get to/from school? *
How often was the bus full when it arrived forcing you to wait for a later bus? *
If the bus is full, what time of day and at which bus stop location does this usually happen?
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How safe do you feel while riding the bus? *
How safe do you feel while waiting at bus stops? *
How safe do you feel while waiting at the Transit Center? *
How would you rate the ease of riding the bus? *
How many transfers do you take to get to school or your next destination? *
Will you use the IndyGo bus more or less regularly over the school year? *
How would you rate your overall experience with IndyGo? *
Do you support using IndyGo for high school transportation? *
Please share any additional comments you have about this pilot program.
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