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Local elections are over but front and center in Indiana politics is the issue of Transit. What's your view of mass transit? Do we need it? How should it be funded? What form should it take? Want to know more about the issue and how it's playing out in our State?

Don't miss the January Green Hour where we'll learn how the Central Indiana Regional Transportation Authority is working to bring "attractive, affordable, and dependable public transportation options" to us.

Join us. Bring a friend and find out why the Green Hour is the most popular regular sustainability forum in Indianapolis.

Got Transit? Tuesday, January 17, 6pm at Legend Classic Irvington Cafe - 5614 E Washington 46219

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