Indianapolis is a social hub of the Midwest. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway will feed your need for speed as the host of the famous Indy 500. Also a proud historical and cultural center, Indianapolis has a total of six cultural districts full of funky shops, art galleries, and museums. Move to and from your destinations with ease on the bus, or hop on Amtrak for a trip to New York City, Washington D.C., or Chicago. It’s easy to see why so many people are moving to Indianapolis, so settle in and start exploring!
IndyGo is Indianapolis’ local public transportation authority, which includes a network of buses and plans for future light rails and commuter rails. Greyhound and Amtrak serve the city as well, but due to the large freeway network surrounding the city, most people choose to commute by car. However, if you’re lucky enough to work near Indiana University Health, the Indiana University\nSchool of Medicine, Riley Hospital for Children, or Wishard Hospital, you can use the public people mover that connects these centers.