Jerome A. Horne is the Ridership Experience Specialist at the Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation (IndyGo). Currently, he is working on revamping IndyGo’s wayfinding program, focusing on better ways to get information to riders and figuring out innovative solutions to integrate technology into the transit system. Prior to this, he was the Special Project Coordinator focusing on outreach and research for the agency’s capital projects and updating the agency’s service standards for fixed route buses. He joined IndyGo in 2016 as the Community Engagement Coordinator where he successfully started the Transit Ambassador Program which is a group of trained volunteers who assist with outreach and communication efforts dealing with IndyGo service improvements and changes.
Jerome is the founder and current Board Chair for the Young Professionals in Transportation Indianapolis chapter and a contributing member of Strong Towns.
Jerome’s hobbies include working out, dancing, traveling and collecting bus stop signs, model trains and model buses.
Jerome’s personal interests includes self help/improvement books, politics, the future of cities, music, marching band and drum corps