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Indiana is the Crossroads of America, and that extends to the multiple ways to get around with access to the #1 Airport in North America, trains, buses and more. Getting around Indianapolis is an easy task with access to public transit, multiple major highway systems, popular bike shares and easy-to-navigate streets. 

drop off area in front of indianapolis international airpoirt


IndyGo is the largest public transportation provider in Indiana, with bus routes and bus rapid transit lines across Marion County.

The Julia M. Carson Transit Center is the hub for public transit. With its close proximity to the heart of downtown, the Cultural Trail, and YMCA Bike Hub, the Transit Center serves pedestrians, cyclists and bus riders.

201 E Washington St
Indianapolis, IN 46204


Indianapolis International Airport

Indianapolis International Airport is consistently ranked as the top airport in North America. This LEED certified facility is the first in the U.S. built after 9/11 and offers the latest in security. The design is spacious and welcomes natural light. IND is home to an impressive art collection and local dining options. 

7800 Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Dr
Indianapolis, IN 46241


Amtrak train station

Located south of historic Union Station, a grand 1888 Romanesque Revival structure, the modern intermodal center is shared by Amtrak and intercity bus operators.

350 South Illinois Street
Indianapolis, IN 46225-1198


Greyhound bus station

350 Illinois St
Indianapolis, IN 46225 


Pacer's Bikeshare

Pacer's Bikeshare has 50 stations located on or near the Indianapolis Cultural Trail in downtown Indianapolis. Buy an annual pass for unlimited 60 minute rides or pay each time you check out a bike.

Bureau of Motor Vehicles

Visit the Bureau of Motor Vehicles website to find a branch location or get information on driver's licenses, IDs, plates, registration and titling vehicles.