For transportation between hospitals in Indianapolis, students, faculty and staff can use the IU Health shuttle service, which connects IU Health Methodist Hospital, IU Health University Hospital, Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health and other facilities. In addition, the IUPUI campus shuttle runs every 10-15 minutes, Monday through Friday. An interactive bus app can help with trip planning.
IndyGo, the public transit provider for the City of Indianapolis, provides transportation throughout the greater Indianapolis area and offers students a discounted rate. An exciting new bus system, called Red Line, will be introduced to Indianapolis by the year 2020.
Indianapolis also offers bike share programs and scooter rentals to help residents and visitors get around campus and the city quickly and conveniently.
IUPUI Parking Services manages student parking at the Indianapolis campus. Parking permits are available from IUPUI Parking Services for fall, spring, summer or a full academic year. Individuals with a valid parking permit from another IU campus can find information on where to park in Indianapolis.
In some situations, medical students may be able to park for free at the clinical sites. Some clinical entities offer parking and other hospital privileges to students who are assigned clinical duties.
Visitor parking is also available. The Indianapolis campus of IU School of Medicine has ten different visitor parking garages. If you don’t have a parking permit, find the area of campus you will be visiting and select the garage that is most convenient. For help, email email@example.com or call 317-274-4232.
At the Indianapolis campus, the IUPUI Parking and Transportation Services team offers motorists assistance free of charge to anyone legally parked in an IUPUI parking location. Call 317-274-4232 for a battery jump, help with a flat tire or other vehicle issue. For information on a towed vehicle, visit IUPUI Emergency Services.