The public bus system in Indianapolis says service on its fixed routes will be free of charge over four days ending with Super Bowl Sunday on Feb. 5.
The IndyGo system says its Americans with Disabilities Act paratransit service also will be free.
IndyGo says the free rides do not apply to its Green Line Downtown/Airport Express.
It says the free rides are being paid for by a federal grant. Normal fares are $1.75 for a single ride.
IndyGo also says some of its normal routes are being detoured by road closures near the game site, Lucas Oil Stadium, and elsewhere in downtown Indianapolis.
Planners are expecting 150,000 visitors for the Super Bowl in addition to 100,000 people who work in downtown Indianapolis.
More information is available at www.IndyGo.net