Transportation Equity and the Older Adult Population

Did you know the following?

  • On a typical Monday morning in Marion County, it is difficult to get to health clinics in suburban areas via transit within 30 minutes.
  • Older adults currently tend to rely heavily on demand transit services in Central Indiana, but these are the most costly per rider for the transit services.
  • Adults over age 65 travel the shortest distance to a bus stop compared to other age groups in Marion County.

Join us December 8 for the next State of Aging in Central Indiana Report (SoAR) webinar and panel discussion: Transportation Equity and the Older Adult Population.

Via this virtual event, you will learn more about public transit accessibility for the older population in Central Indiana and the state, and have the opportunity to ask questions of a panel of local experts. Click here to register.

This event is a partnership between The Polis Center, WFYI Public Media, and the Central Indiana Senior Fund, a fund of the Central Indiana Community Foundation.


Steve Counsell

Dr. Matthew Dietrich
Senior Research Data Analyst
The Polis Center
IU School of Informatics & Computing at IUPUI

Nicole Keith
Matt Nowlin
Community Analysis Manager
The Polis Center
IU School of Informatics & Computing at IUPUI
Natalie Sutton

Jill Sheridan
City Government and Policy Reporter
WFYI Public Media


Natalie Sutton

Karren Brooks
Director, Way2go Transportation
CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions

Natalie Sutton

Jen Higginbotham
Senior Planner II
Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO )

Natalie Sutton
La Keisha Jackson
Indianapolis City Councilor;
Executive Director, Pathways Resource Center
Natalie Sutton

Mike Roth
Senior Director of Mobility Solutions