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Transportation Around Town

Go Express Travel Airport Shuttle:
For visitors staying downtown, this express, nonstop bus service runs every 30 minutes from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. for $10 one way. Passengers board the shuttle at Zone 7 of the airport's Ground Transportation Center. Visitors are encouraged to reserve a ride online prior to arrival or departure.http://goexpresstravel.com/indy_express

IndyGo Bus System:
The IndyGo Bus system operates bus routes all around the city, including a fixed route to and from the airport, for as little as $1.75 per ride. www.indygo.net

Taxis:
Taxis are readily available at the airport, Indiana Convention Center, Circle Centre mall and major hotels. A typical fare from the airport to downtown is $30-$35, and a $5 flat rate is available for most trips within the downtown area.

Other Passenger Options:
Other options for reaching the city include Amtrak (www.amtrak.com), Greyhound (www.greyhound.com) and Megabus (us.megabus.com), which all have hubs in the downtown area.

Driving:
Known as the Crossroads of America, Indy is within a day's drive of over half of the country's population. Traffic congestion is a rarity in Indianapolis, and visitors find the city's street layout straightforward and easy to navigate. Downtown features over 70,000 parking spots.

Walking & Biking:
National journalists have proclaimed Indy to be one of the most walkable cities in the country. On foot, visitors can reach hundreds of restaurants and attractions from hotels and major meeting venues. An expansive network of climate-controlled skywalks connect the Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium with 4,700 hotel rooms and a four-story mall with hundreds of specialty shops and dining options. When visitors want to be outside, the Indianapolis Cultural Trail offers a safe and scenic greenway for bicyclists and pedestrians to reach hotels, dining, shopping and entertainment in the city's cultural districts. Bicycle rentals are available in White River State Park and at the Indy Bike Hub.



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