Traveling to Super Bowl: Lots to Consider
By Brandon Dudley December 1, 2011
The Super Bowl is only a couple months away and Super Bowl Transportation is already being booked up. Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana is the home of the Super Bowl XLVI and it will be the first Super Bowl held in the State of Indiana.
The Indianapolis Colts may be out of the Super Bowl but it does not mean that the city of Indianapolis isn’t getting prepared for the big event. The city of Indianapolis having held numerous Final Fours and Big Ten championships is prepared for the unique logistical demands that the Super Bowl brings.
Super Bowl Transportation
How to Get Around During Super Bowl: Public Transit, or a Charter Bus
Public Transit Indianapolis
Indianapolis (IndyGO) Public Transportation system provides for public transit around Indianapolis. This service works around town but is not easy a group or to get to you to your exact destination. These routes also will be changed for the Super Bowl and the details have not yet been finalized. Currently, The Superbowl Planning committee is still working on Public Transportation and Parking with plans to be finalized this December. You can view these here.
Super Bowl Transportation Choose a Charter bus
NFL Teams Transport, GameDay Events and Sponsor Transportation, Corporate outings, and VIP transportation all use charter buses for Super Bowl Transportation. Why you ask?
Chartering a bus for Super Bowl Transportation makes it easy to keep your group together. You will be able to keep your group intact and focus on the event and not the transportation.
- Corporate Marketing ( Bus Wraps ) – Brand A bus with a corporate logo or a product this will create a buzz that all in attendance can check out. Additionally, your bus could be captured on TV allowing for Millions of viewers
- Custom Routing and Schedules – You create your times for service and The BusBank Event Logistics team can help with planning best routes.
- Privacy and Security – Knowledge of who is on your charter at all time
Regardless of how you decide to get around Indianapolis, The Super Bowl is a once in a lifetime event. If you have, the chance to go you should check it out. If you are even in a local city such as Chicago, Cincinnati, Detroit, or Louisville, we recommend grabbing a group to travel to the Super Bowl.