The Whitestown Connector, a transit service of the Central Indiana Regional Transportation Authority (CIRTA), has expanded its hours and days of operation.
“The Whitestown Connector connects Central Indiana workers to Whitestown jobs,” said Whitestown Director of Operations and Economic Development Nathan Messer. “In order to best serve the workforce, transit service has been expanded to serve all three shifts, seven days a week.
The route begins near 86th Street and Zionsville Road in the Traders Point shopping center. The Connector makes multiple stops throughout Whitestown’s industrial parks and also visits Meijer and the Shoppes at Whitestown.
“We are excited to roll out the new route structure that now includes morning, afternoon and evening service operating seven days a week as well as some new stops including Meijer and the Shoppes at Whitestown,” said CIRTA Executive Director John Seber. “This new improved service will continue to aid in connecting people to opportunities in Whitestown.”
The Whitestown Connector is a collaborative effort between the Town of Whitestown, CIRTA, and funding from the United States Department of Transportation. The fare for the Whitestown Connector is $1 per one-way trip.
For more information, visit www.cirta.us/workforce-connect/whitestown-connector.