Getting Started

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway provides a variety of transportation alternatives for your Indianapolis 500 Race Day travel. See below for information on available transportation services to IMS.

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Indy 500 Race Day Shuttle Service

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway offers round-trip shuttle services for purchase providing safe and stress-free travel to the Indianapolis 500. To reserve your air conditioned Race Day shuttle service click here!

Shuttles will be transporting guests to and from IMS via 2 locations:

  • Indianapolis International Airport – Ground Transportation Center
  • Gate Ten Events & Parking (located across the street from Lucas Oil Stadium at 345 West McCarty St. Indianapolis, IN 46225)

Quick Facts

  • Drop off at IMS will occur in the Main Gate Parking lot across from Gate 2, on the south end of the facility.
  • Downtown (Cash or Credit) will charge a $15 to park at their facility.
  • The Indianapolis International Airport (Cash ONLY) will charge a $10 to park at their facility.
  • All shuttle customers will return to Main Gate parking lot post race.

Roundtrip Price

  • $45 for a Standard Shuttle Pass.
  • $60 for a Premium Shuttle Pass
  • Premium riders will have their own designated pick-up/drop-off zone and buses.
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Rideshare

Rideshare

Guests who choose to use rideshare service to be transported to and from Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Indianapolis 500 Race Day will only be allowed to be dropped off and picked up at the corner of Main Street and Gillman Street.

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Taxi

Taxi

Guests who choose to use a taxi to be transported to and from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Indianapolis 500 Race Day will pick up and drop off at the corner of 10th Street and Polco Street.

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Scooters

Scooters

IMS has worked closely with the Town of Speedway and public safety officials to designate a route and parking location for fans who wish to ride Lime or Bird scooters to the Greatest Spectacle in Racing.

Fans that ride Lime or Bird scooters to the Town of Speedway must enter along 10th Street from the east. 10th Street is closed to public traffic, but race fans should still be aware of track escorts and emergency traffic that will use 10th street on Race Day. Scooters must be parked in a dedicated lot at the corner of 10th Street and Allison Way (in front of Allison Transmission). To ensure safety and reduce congestion, scooters are not allowed to park on IMS grounds or anywhere else in the Town of Speedway.

We would like to remind all riders to practice safe riding behaviors, including following the rules of the road and being alert for traffic and other hazards as they make their way to and from IMS. Any questions should be directed to Lime or Bird.

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