Getting To and From Indianapolis
Indianapolis International Airport (IND)
The LEED-certified Indianapolis International Airport is a short, low-traffic, 15-minute drive from downtown. One of the country’s most environmentally friendly airports is the most passenger-friendly as well. Air travelers receive a rousing greeting to the city when they arrive at Indianapolis International Airport. The US$1.1 billion Col. H. Weir Cook Terminal opened in 2008 as the first airport terminal designed after 9/11. It combines state-of-the-art security measures with soaring, smart design and public artwork. The Indianapolis International Airport has been consistently named the best airport in North America.
Megabus offers city-to-city bus tickets for as low as US$1 for your travel around North America. The Megabus model was designed with the customer in mind, with luxury double-deckers offering free Wi-Fi, at-seat power outlets, panoramic windows, and a green alternative way to travel. Travel to Indianapolis from Atlanta, Chattanooga, Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville, and Nashville.
Greyhound’s iconic brand is synonymous with affordable long-distance travel in North America and a unique national network. The Indianapolis Bus Station is less than a five-minute walk from the Indianapolis Convention Center.
Amtrak offers a unique travel experience. Enjoy wide seats, plug-in power, big windows, and plenty of room to get up and stretch your legs. Amtrak has two routes stopping in Indianapolis: The Cardinal route and the Hoosier State route.
Known as the Crossroads of America, Indy is within a day’s drive of more than 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 more than 70,000 parking spots. (Reserve your spot now with Spot Hero)