IND International Airport, Indianapolis Transportation

IND International Airport

Indianapolis Transportation


Indianapolis International Airport (IND) is a midsize airport with 135 daily flights throughout the U.S. and Canada. Two terminals boast a full compliment of shops, restaurants, lounges, special services and travelers aid. Its Midfield passenger terminal is particularly airy and inviting. IND AIRPORT TERMINAL MAP

Car Rentals: Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National and Thrifty service the airport. IND airport is 10-15 minutes southwest of Downtown. Taxis: Are available at the lower terminal and from Downtown hotels. Minimum metered fare is $6.50. When traveling from airport to Downtown, consider the inexpensive Share-A-Ride Limousine for the 10-minute ride. Otherwise, anticipate paying $14-$20, with higher fares during commute hours.

Train Station

Amtrak service is hosted at 350 South Illinois Street in the underutilized neo-Gothic Union Station located in downtown. A Greyhound bus station is next to it.

Amtrak Cardinal: Chicago-Indianapolis-Cincinnati-Washington (3 times a week)
Amtrak Hoosier State: Chicago-Indianapolis (once daily)

In 2023, Amtrak service in the Chicago-Lafayette-Indianapolis corridor is slated for upgrade to 110 mph with 3-4 times the number of Amtrak Hoosier trains.


Indianapolis Motor Speedway Grounds Tour
The 1.5 hour narrated tour of this historic race palace lets racing fans visit the Hall of Fame Museum, oval track, media center, scoring room, victory garage area, and stand on the famous “Yard of Bricks” at the start/finish line
ADDRESS: 4790 West 16th Street, Indianapolis
PHONE: Tickets 317-492-6747

Haunted Indianapolis Ghost Walk
Discover haunted theatres, residences and businesses around town; reservations required. Cost: adults $13 and $7 seniors; at 7:30 pm
ADDRESS: meet at north side of Soldiers and Sailors Monument
PHONE: 317-840-6456


Indianapolis Freeway Network: With Chicago to its northeast, St. Louis to its west, Cincinnati to its southeast, Columbus to its east and Detroit to its northeast, 7 interstate freeway spokes meet at Indianapolis. That’s a good reason to bill itself “The Crossroads of America.” This auto-centric metro area also features wide boulevards, splintering from its efficient freeway network.


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