See also: Geography of Indiana
|Indianapolis metropolitan area|
|• Metropolitan area||6,028.83 sq mi (15,614.6 km2)|
|• Land||5,940.73 sq mi (15,386.4 km2)|
|• Water||88.10 sq mi (228.2 km2) 1.46%|
|• MSA||4,787.09 sq mi (12,398.5 km2)|
|• CSA||6,028.83 sq mi (15,614.6 km2)|
|• Urban||1,487,483 (33rd)|
|• Urban density||2,104.514/sq mi (812.557/km2)|
|• MSA||1,988,817 (34th)|
|• MSA density||444.767/sq mi (171.725/km2)|
|• CSA||2,372,530 (26th)|
|• CSA density||402.394/sq mi (155.365/km2)|
|Time zone||ET (UTC-5)|
|• Summer (DST)||EDT (UTC-4)|
|ZIP Codes||460xx, 461xx, 462xx, 466xx, 469xx|
|Area code(s)||317, 463, 765, 812, 930|
Indianapolis–Carmel–Anderson or Indianapolis metropolitan area is an 11-county metropolitan area in the U.S. state of Indiana, as defined by the Office of Management and Budget. The metropolitan area is situated in Central Indiana, within the American Midwest.
The metropolitan area is centered on the capital and most populous city of Indiana, Indianapolis. Indianapolis–Carmel–Anderson is the 34th most populous metropolitan area in the United States, and largest in the state of Indiana. As of 2014, the population was 1,971,274. Indianapolis also anchors the larger Indianapolis–Carmel–Muncie combined statistical area (CSA), the 26th most populated, with 2,372,570.
The Indianapolis metropolitan area is part of the Great Lakes Megalopolis, which contains an estimated 59 million people.
|County||2016 Estimate||2010 Census||Change|
Combined Statistical Area
The larger Indianapolis–Carmel–MuncieCombined Statistical Area (CSA) includes the Columbus, IN Metropolitan Statistical Area, Crawfordsville, IN Micropolitan Statistical Area, Greensburg, IN Micropolitan Statistical Area, Indianapolis–Carmel–Anderson, IN Metropolitan Statistical Area, Muncie, IN Metropolitan Statistical Area, New Castle, IN Micropolitan Statistical Area, North Vernon, IN Micropolitan Statistical Area, and the Seymour, IN Micropolitan Statistical Area. The Indianapolis-Carmel-Muncie CSA had a population of 2,166,632 in 2014.
The 317 area code covered all of northern and central Indiana until 1948, when the 219 area code was created. Central Indiana remained under the 317 banner until 1997, when growth in and around Indianapolis prompted the creation of 765 area code.
The 317 area code covers the Indianapolis metropolitan area. The counties covered by 317 are Boone County, Hancock County, Hamilton County, Hendricks County, Johnson County, Madison County, Morgan County, and Shelby County.
According to the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor, the 317 area code is expected to run out of numbers in 2017.Overlay area code 463 will be implemented in late 2016, thereby requiring 10-digit dialing.
Indiana's "Crossroads of America" moniker is largely attributed to the historical function of the Indianapolis metropolitan area has played as a center for logistics and transportation.
The Indianapolis area is a major point on the United States Interstate Highway System, as it is a confluence of four major interstate highways:
- I-65 – Runs to Gary, Indiana to the north and Louisville, Kentucky, Nashville, Tennessee, and Birmingham, Alabama to the south.
- I-69 – Runs to Fort Wayne, Indiana, to the north and is expected to run to Evansville, Indiana to the south (currently under construction)
- I-70 – Runs to Columbus, Ohio, to the east and St. Louis, Missouri, Kansas City and Denver, Colorado to the west.
- I-74 – Runs to Cincinnati, Ohio to the east and Peoria, Illinois, to the west.
Other interstates that cross through the Indianapolis area include:
- I-465 – Also known as the USS Indianapolis Memorial Highway, I-465 is a beltway circling suburban Indianapolis.
- I-865 – It is an east–west connector northwest of Indianapolis in Boone County.
Indiana state highways
Other notable roads
Other notable roads in the area are:
The Indianapolis metropolitan area is served by several airports, most under ownership and operation of the Indianapolis Airport Authority, including Eagle Creek Airpark (EYE), Indianapolis Metropolitan Airport (UMP), Indianapolis Regional Airport (MQJ), Hendricks County Airport (2R2), Indianapolis Downtown Heliport (8A4), and the busiest airport in the state, Indianapolis International Airport (IND). In 2014, Indianapolis International served 7.4 million passengers and handled nearly 1 million metric tonnes of cargo.
Other airports within the region include:
Indianapolis Union Station serves as a hub for Amtrak, which maintains service to the Cardinal and is the eastern terminus of the Hoosier State.
The Indianapolis metropolitan area is home to a number of higher education institutions, including:
The ‡ symbol denotes university branches whose main campuses are located outside the Indianapolis metropolitan area.
College sports (Division I)
Headquartered in Indianapolis, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is the preeminent collegiate athletic governing body in the U.S. and Canada, regulating athletes of 1,281 institutions; conferences; organizations; and individuals. The NCAA also organizes the athletic programs of many colleges and universities and helps more than 450,000 college student-athletes who compete annually in college sports.
The Indianapolis metropolitan area hosts several notable sporting events annually, including the Brickyard 400, Grand Prix of Indianapolis, NHRA U.S. Nationals, NFL Scouting Combine, Big Ten Football Championship Game, the largest half marathon in the U.S., and the largest single-day sporting event in the world, the Indianapolis 500. The cars competing in the latter race are known as IndyCars as a reference to the event. Indianapolis has also been a frequent host of the NCAA Division IMen's and Women's basketball tournaments. Other major sporting events hosted include Pan American Games X in 1987, Super Bowl XLVI in 2012, and the 2013 International Champions Cup between Chelsea F.C. and Inter Milan.
High school sports are highly competitive in Greater Indianapolis. In 2013, MaxPreps ranked Indianapolis No. 3 in its Top 10 Metro Areas for High School Football.
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Anderson Molter was born on March 23, 1999 at Eastside Hospital in Snellville, Georgia. He grew up In Grayson, Georgia, a town aproximately 20 minutes from GGC. His family conssit of one sibling and two parents. My sister, Mackenzie is a Senior at UG.
Indianapolis–Carmel–Anderson or Indianapolis metropolitan area is an 11-county metropolitan area in the U.S. state of Indiana, as defined by the Office of Management and Budget. The metropolitan area is situated in Central Indiana, within the America.
Андерсон, Александр (аниматор). Алекса́ндр А́ндерсон (5 сентября 1920, Беркли — 22 октября 2010, Калифорния) — американский мультипликатор. Александр Андерсон-младший родился 5 сентября 1920 года в городе Беркли штат.
Алекса́ндр А́ндерсон (5 сентября 1920, Беркли — 22 октября 2010, Калифорния) — американский мультипликатор. Александр Андерсон-младший родился 5 сентября 1920 года в городе Беркли штат Калифорния.
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