INDIANAPOLIS — As thousands come to Indianapolis for NBA All-Star weekend, IndyGo is preparing to make transportation much simpler.
IndyGo will provide fare-free rides between Feb. 15-18, to celebrate festivities downtown surrounding the 73rd NBA All-Star Game.
In addition, IndyGo will offer extended services from Feb. 16-18 on high-frequency routes from the Julia M. Carson Transit Center.
"This is presenting an extra convenience for visitors, to be able to hop on a nice warm bus and get to their destination free of charge. So you're saving money on rideshare, saving the hassle of transit and other ways and we're providing this free ride for you,” said IndyGo Spokesperson Carrie Black.
The IndyGo trip planner will provide visitors with routes and timing during the festivities.
You can also go to google maps and select the "transit" option to plan out your trip.
Along with this, Visit Indy has outlined tips for getting around Indy and finding parking.
In the above map, the numbers signify lots and garages around the downtown area.
Below you can see a map of road closures around the city.
As always, the Pacers BikeShare system will be available and for All-Star week rides are free.
Rideshare companies and taxi companies are planning for the influx of people on the city and have a plan in place.