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Fort Wayne Citilink, Yesteryear

The Fort Wayne Downtown Improvement District 2015 Holiday Window Contest theme of "Yesteryear" provided us the opportunity to look through our collection of bus memorabilia for our window display. In addition to the 1950's photo of electric trolleys on Calhoun Street (looking Northeast from Washington Street), that became a painting by Terry Ratliff in 2002 and a window display by Paint the Town Graphics in 2015, we filled a display case for our employees to enjoy. Click here to see more!

On sale now: "Citilink Central Station - Concept to Completion" - DVD Trailer

Click to preview the video here.

Click to order the full video here (30 minutes).

Citilink Online Transit Museum

Our online public transportation museum honors Fort Wayne's rich transportation history. Here you can see images of Citilink's predesessor "Public Tranportation Services."

Citilink would like to expand it's online museum with more historical pictures or information associated with the public transportation system in Fort Wayne, IN. If you have this kind of material that you would like to donate to the Citilink Online Transit Museum, please e-mail us the information with a description and who you are so Citilink can denote who the donor is.

View the Online Museum

TransitTalk Newsletter Circa 1955

TransiTalk vintage newsletterIn the 50's the Fort Wayne Transit Company published a newsletter called "Transitalk." This newsletter covered local transit information as well as company information. We have been able to recover one of these issues from 1955. This particular issue features an article titled "The Future of Transit," depicting what transportation will look like in the year 2000.

Download the TRANSITALK Newsletter

If you have historical documents or information associated with the public transportation system in Fort Wayne, IN, and would like to donate to the Citilink Online Transit Museum, please e-mail us.