Indianapolis is Accessible
When they say "Crossroads of America" they mean it. Because of Indy’s great, central location, visiting has never been easier. Accessibility is never a problem for Indianapolis group travel.
Crossroads of America
- Indianapolis is nicknamed the "Crossroads of America" because of its central location in the United States and because so many interstates intersect the city
- I-65, 69, 70 and 74 all converge on Indy, with the beltway I-465 rimming the city
- U.S. 40, the Old National Road, runs through Indianapolis as does U.S. 31
- 50% of U.S. population is within a day’s drive of Indy
Flying to Indianapolis International Airport
- Stunning new airport terminal opened in 2008 with compelling design and safety
- A mere 15-minute ride to and from downtown Indianapolis
- Recognized by JD Power and Associates for "Best Overall Passenger Experience" (2010)
- The first "green" airport in America, LEED-certified for its environmental practices
- $4 million in original artwork on display
- Spectacular Civic Plaza with stellar Indiana dining and shopping experiences
- Convenient shuttle pick-ups and ground transportation center
- Served by major airlines and charters
Motorcoach parking in suburban areas is abundant and readily accessible at most hotels and major attractions. While parking downtown is limited, White River State Park attractions have multiple parking options.
For all other downtown venues, we encourage you to contact Denison Parking to reserve parking at their identified lots.