IndyGo Unveils Station Design Winners

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Phase 1 of the line is set to open in 2018. Phase 1 of the line is set to open in 2018.
INDIANAPOLIS -

IndyGo has announced the winners of its design competition for rapid transit stations along Phase 1 of the Red Line Bus Rapid Transit Route. The public transit service says the winning design can be customized to match "the character of different neighborhoods along the Red Line."

The winning design, submitted by Sean Morrissey, was selected by both IndyGo's judges and the public. The Hoosier native, now a practicing architect in Seattle, Washington, earned a $5,000 award.


The second place design was submitted by DELV Design, which earned a $2,000 award.



The third place design was submitted by Darin Lanich, who earned a $1,000 award.



IndyGo says the Red Line Bus Rapid Transit will be the first rapid line in Indianapolis. Phase 1, running approximately 13 miles from Midtown to the University of Indianapolis, is expected to open in 2018.

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