The Metropolitan Evansville Transit System (METS) is proud to announce the launch of METS Micro, an on-demand, app-based public transit pilot service in partnership with Via, global leader in TransitTech, the Evansville Metropolitan Planning Organization (Evansville MPO), the Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF), and Energy Systems Network (ESN).
METS Micro officially launched on November 28 with the goal of using innovative software to expand access transportation in Evansville. METS Micro will allow anyone within a designated service zone in southeast Evansville to book an on-demand ride through the METS Micro app (available in Google Play and App Store or by calling 812-562-5011).Click here to go to the METS Micro Page
The Evansville MPO Express is the official MPO Newsletter. The Express is used to inform the public about transportation projects, planning activities and upcoming events in the EMPO Planning Area.
The Evansville-Henderson Regional Transportation Guide was developed by the Evansville MPO and the Regional Transit Advisory Committee as a resource for residents throughout the Evansville region, including Vanderburgh, Henderson, Warrick, Gibson, and Posey counties.
In the fall of 2022, non-profit organization Missing Pieces CDC began operating Epworth Express to provide an option for people to travel between downtown Evansville and medical facilities along Epworth Road, with multiple stops in between. Details about the route and stops are included in the brochure.
The Title VI/LEP Plan includes detailed information on your rights under Title VI and contact information to send complaints directly to FHWA or FTA. The Title VI notice to the public and a hard-copy of the Title VI/LEP Plan are available for viewing at the MPO office (1 NW Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Civic Center Complex – Room 316, Evansville, IN 47708). A digital copy of the Title VI/LEP Plan in PDF format is available by clicking here
This document provides standards for local public agencies to use to guide decisions regarding access by vehicles, transit buses, bicycles and pedestrians to private developments and existing or proposed public right-of-ways.