INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Colts fans have a new way to get to Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday.
Miller Transportation is providing a game day express service from Fishers and Carmel to the stadium.
"We are dropping off on the west side of Lucas Oil Stadium so there is no walking. We take you right to the stadium" said Todd Edwards, spokesman for Miller transportation.
The 56 passenger buses will travel the Indy Express routes already in place.
Buses will leave Sunday at 11 AM from 106th and lantern Road in Fishers and the Meijer on West Carmel Drive in Carmel.
The express service provides fans the opportunity to leave the headaches of downtown congestion, construction, and parking to someone else.
"Plus our buses have WIFI on them so you will be able to set up you fantasy football league and do all that on the way to downtown and let someone else do the driving" said Edwards.
The game day express service was set up in partnership with the Central Indiana Regional Transportation Authority. The goal is to raise awareness of the Indy Express service for weekday commuters.
You can book tickets on line at www.indyxpress.com. A roundtrip ticket will cost you $10 or you can pay $20 roundtrip on game day.
The buses will depart Lucas Oil Stadium 30 minutes after the game.
For more information on the game day express, go to WISHTV.com and click on Weblink 8.
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