The closest airport is Indianapolis International Airport, located at a distance of 14 miles from the city center of Indianapolis, IN.
The public transportation service, in Indianapolis, is offered by the Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation, locally known as simply IndyGo, which runs throughout the city and its suburbs. The regular one-trip fare is $1.75, an all day pass costing $4. Perhaps the most useful route for visitors is 17 College, which runs between all of the city's most popular dining and nightlife strips, between Broad Ripple Avenue and Downtown.
The city is also served by Amtrak, through a station located right in the heart of its downtown area, with trains running daily between Indianapolis and Chicago, and trains running 3 days a week, between the city and Washington, D.C. & New York City.
Greyhound Lines also operates a terminal from Indianapolis Union Station downtown.
Major Highways and Roads
The major highways and roads, that pass through or run nearby the city, include: Interstate Highways 65, 69, 70, 74, 465 and 865, US Highways 31, 36, 40, 52, 136 and 421, as well as State Roads 37, 67, 134 and 135.
How to get to University of Indianapolis campus?
Easy! Just follow the driving directions listed below!
From Indianapolis International Airport: Head northwest on Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Dr. and make a slight left onto the ramp to I-465 S/I-74 E. Keep left at the fork, to continue toward I-465 S/I-74 E, and keep right at the fork to continue toward I-465 S/I-74 E. Keep right at the fork, following the signs for I-465 S/I-74 E, and merge onto I-465 S/I-74 E. Take exit 2A to merge onto S East St. and turn right at E Hanna Avenue.