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When it’s cold and the center of the city is crowded, Super Bowl visitors will find relief and open restaurant seats with the help of free Super Celebration Site circulator shuttles.
With fewer than 30,000 bar and restaurant seats in the center of Indy and more than 100,000 visitors expected during Super Bowl weekend, the Host Committee determined that visitors needed an easy way to spread out across Indianapolis in search of places to eat and drink and things to see and do. The solution is to run free circulator shuttles from the Indiana Government Center with stops every 15 to 30 minutes (depending on the time of day and density of traffic) with stops at Indianapolis City Market, Fletcher Place, Fountain Square and Mass Ave. with stops on College Ave. north and south of Washington St.
Five 25-passenger mini buses will run in staggered shifts between 11 a.m. and 2 a.m. daily from Thursday, Feb. 2 through Saturday, Feb. 4.
The buses are a collaboration between the Super Bowl Host Committee, Indianapolis City Market, Mass Ave Merchants Association, and Fountain Square Merchants Association with support from Sun King Brewing Co., Monarch Beverage, Sysco, Republic National Distribution Company, Rose-Hulman, The Rathskeller, Bazbeaux Pizza, MacNiven’s, Mass Ave Pub, Hoosier Momma Bloody Mary Maker and dozens of merchants and business owners along the circulator route.