2016 Capital One Orange Bowl
Game Date: December 30, 2016
Game Time: 8:00 p.m.
Location: Hard Rock Stadium
If you are using Mapquest or GPS for directions to Hard Rock Stadium, please use:
347 Don Shula Drive Miami Gardens, FL 33056
Directions to Hard Rock Stadium - From Ft. Lauderdale/West Palm Beach (POINTS NORTH)
Florida Turnpike South to Exit # 2X (Hard Rock Stadium Toll Plaza) to the east side of Hard Rock Stadium
Florida Turnpike South to Exit # 47 (27th Avenue/University Drive); south on 27th Avenue/University Drive to the west side of Hard Rock Stadium
I-95 South to Ives Dairy Road, head west (right) for 5 miles; Hard Rock Stadium will be on your right hand side
Directions to Hard Rock Stadium- From Fort Myers/Naples (WEST COAST)
I-75 East to I-595 East, to South on Florida Turnpike, to exit # 2X (Dolphin Toll Plaza), to the East side of Hard Rock Stadium
I-75 East to I-595 East, to South on Florida Turnpike, to exit # 47 (27th Avenue/University Drive), south on 27th Avenue/University Drive to the west side of the Stadium
Directions to Hard Rock Stadium – From Miami (POINTS SOUTH)
I-95 North, to North on the Florida Turnpike, to Exit # 2X (Dolphin Toll Plaza), to Hard Rock Stadium
I-95 North to Ives Dairy Road, West on Ives Dairy Road for approximately 5 miles, Hard Rock Stadium will be on your right
North on the Palmetto Expressway (Route 826) to NW 27th Avenue (Route 817), proceed North on NW 27th Avenue to NW 199th Street (Dan Marino Boulevard), turn right at NW 199th Street to Hard Rock Stadium.
Use FDOT’s Florida 511 Traveler Information System to form a game plan for your road trip to the Capital One Orange Bowl.
The college football bowl season is upon us. Ten championship games taking place in Florida this December and January will draw fans from throughout the state and also out of the state to be a part of their favorite team’s festivities. The Florida Department of Transportation’s Florida 511 Traveler Information System can help you plan your travel to the Capital One Orange Bowl.
Before leaving on game day, visit FL511.com and check the interactive statewide road map on the home page to find out if crashes or other traffic incidents are causing congestion and delays along your planned route. If you sign up for a My Florida 511 personalized services account on the website, you can create one or more custom routes to the stadium and receive up-to-the-minute, route-specific email or text traffic alerts.
Call the right audible during your pre- and post-game commutes, receive real-time traffic information by downloading the free Florida 511 mobile app, calling 511 toll-free or by following one or more of our 13 statewide, regional or roadway-specific Twitter feeds.
So before leaving for the stadium this Bowl Season, Know before you go with Florida 511!
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