Indianapolis is the capital and largest city of the U.S. state of Indiana. The city was founded on the White River, which runs along the western edge of downtown. Although famous for hosting the world’s largest single-day sporting event, the Indianapolis 500, Indianapolis is also unofficially known as a leading Amateur Sports City. As such, there’s an excellent scene for running in Indianapolis — in fact, the city home to the nation’s largest half marathon!
There are some great running options in the downtown area, notably along the White River, the canals, and the unique 8-mile ‘Cultural Trail’. Further afield, there are some wonderful rail trails and parks for running. If you’d like to have an in-person guided running experience in Indianapolis, we highly recommend our friends at Go! Running Tours.
Ondy is laid out with four main roadways that extend out diagonally from Monument Circle, city center, and connect cross streets in a grid. The downtown area is very walkable. IndyGo, Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation, provides great commuting options, including 30 fixed bus routes throughout the county.