Indianapolis is the capital of Indiana.
The relative location of Indianapolis from Louisville is North until you get to a city named Franklin. Then start going Northwest then you are at Indianapolis.
Map below found on http://www.mapquest.com/.
Some of the common forms of transportation in the city of Indianapolis is trucks, air, transit, rail, water, and pipeline. They also travel by car, bus, carpool, work at home, and walk.
First transportation graph found on http://www.rita.dot.gov/bts/sites/rita.dot.gov.bts/files/publications/bts_transportation_trends_in_focus/january_2011/html/figure_02.html
Second transportation gragh found on http://pics.city-data.com/ctransp/6617.jpg.
Most cost efficient way to get there
The most cost efficient way to get there is to is to drive 114 milles and bying $17.85 worth of gas that is the most cost effient way to get there.
Human characteristics of Indianapolis
Some human characteristics of Indianapolis are the Indianapolis 500, Brickyard 400 (witch are both car races), once they did the Super Bowl XLVl, also NHRA U.S. nationals, they also had men's and women's NCAA basketball tournament isint that cool, they have the Lucas Oil Stadium there (that is the Colts football stadium), and the Pan American Games
Physical characteristics of Indianapolis
Some physical characteristics of Indianapolis are the White River, Fall Creek, and Eagle Creek Resivor.
What they are famous for
Indianapolis is famous for the Lucas Oil Stadium, The Indianapolis 500, Brickyard 400, and Super Bowl XLVI.
Lucas Oil Stadium found on http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=lucas+oil+stadium&FORM=HDRSC2#a