General parking will no longer be available at the big game, here’s how you can get to SoFi Stadium this weekend.
SoFi Stadium will shut down on-site parking for fans going to the Super Bowl this weekend. Instead, they’re directing everyone to local Metro services and “Super Bowl Fan Shuttles.” While the Super Bowl parking website previously mentioned a special code that would allow for some parking on the premises, the general public will no longer have any access to parking lots.
Getting to the Super Bowl at SoFi Stadium by shuttle
Those heading to the Super Bowl LVI at the stadium will be able to catch a “Blue Shuttle” and “Purple Shuttle” with pickups scheduled every eight minutes. These passes will set you back $10 for each person. If you choose to park close to the shuttle pick-up and drop-off zones you’ll incur some additional fees.
The Blue Shuttle drops you off at Blue Shuttle Lot J and takes around 15 minutes to get to the stadium. You can catch the shuttle from various spots, including 111th Street Parking Lot, Airport Spectrum Parking Garage, Hilton Los Angeles and Airport Parking Garage.
Purple Shuttles will be collecting fans from Inglewood Civic Center Garage at City Hall, Inglewood Public Library, Inglewood Locust Street Garage, Inglewood Senior Center Garage, Playa District, and Flyte Garage. Super Bowl game tickets, masks and shuttle passes are all essential for entry.
Getting to the Super Bowl at SoFi Stadium by metro or taxi
If you’re not up for shelling out the additional fees for shuttles, you can always take a free Metro ride from C Line (Green) Hawthorne/Lennox Station. Just expect parking fees in the area. Lastly, ridesharing and taxis are an option, but be prepared to spend most of your day in worse-than-usual L.A. traffic.