2016 Capital One Orange Bowl
To purchase parking, please contact the Orange Bowl Ticket Office at 305-341-4701.
Main Lot Opening
All hang tag lots will open on game day at 2 p.m., while most cash lots open at 4 p.m., except lots 2, 4, 5, 7, 9 and 13, which will open at 2 p.m. Sun Pass and credit cards can be used in the outer lots. Only fans with a Capital One Orange Bowl game ticket will be permitted into the parking lots on game day.
Two cash lots – 9 and 13 – will be made available, starting at 2 p.m.
RV lot 9 will be open at 9 a.m.
Off-site parking is also available on game day in Lot 19 (NW 27 Ave and 203 St. northwest of the Stadium), Wal-Mart (off NW 27th Ave. and NW 199th Street, southwest of the Stadium and Norwood Elementary (off NW 199th Street southeast of the Stadium).
Black Lot Parking
There are three black lots to accommodate the The 72 Club, The 72 Club Living Room Boxes, The Nine, East Field Box Club and West Field Box Club.
72 Club patron parking is in the south black lot
West Field Club patron parking is in the west black lot
East Field Club patron parking in the east black lot
Valet service will be available in the south black lot
Traffic & Commuter Tips
Avoid I-95 between downtown Miami and Golden Glades, Dec. 30 between Noon and 9 p.m. because of heavy congestion due to game traffic mixed with normal heavy commuter traffic. Local Commuters should use alternate routes.
For Hard Rock Stadium Transportation information, visit: http://hardrockstadium.com/parking-transportation/
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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