Super Bowl LVI Transportation Guide | SoFi Stadium

You’ve arrived in Los Angeles for Super Bowl LVI. Now the hard part: navigating the infamous Los Angeles traffic to arrive safely (and on time) at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood for the Big Game, no matter what transportation method you go with. In this post, you’ll find everything you need to know about transportation options for SoFi Stadium and Super Bowl LVI, and the possible parking situation at the stadium on game day.

Location, location, location. SoFi Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Chargers and Los Angeles Rams, is hosting its first Super Bowl. Opened in 2020, SoFi Stadium is the NFL’s newest stadium, and the combination of a new stadium, an attractive host city, and the change in the situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic (capacity for Super Bowl LV in Tampa was limited), means a Super Bowl LVI ticket could be one of the most sought-after in recent memory.

That means, for locals and visitors alike, how to get around during Super Bowl week will be an imperative, no matter what mode of transportation you decide on. What follows is information regarding transportation and parking during Super Bowl LVI.

Also, if you’re looking for cheap Super Bowl tickets, check out our post on How to Buy Cheaper Super Bowl Tickets.

Public Transportation – Buses, Metro, and Shuttles

While specific Super Bowl shuttle options and Super Bowl transportation alternatives are not yet available, LA Metro provides shuttle bus service to SoFi Stadium on game days. The shuttle runs from the C Line (Green) Hawthorne/Lennox Station to the stadium beginning about three hours before kickoff, and runs every 5-8 minutes. Shuttle service runs approximately 1.5 hours after the game has ended. Shuttle service is free, but normal fares apply on Metro Rail and for parking at Metro Park & Ride stations. Users can get on and get off of the shuttles on northbound Hawthorne Boulevard, just south of the Hawthorne/Lennox Station.

Several Metro bus lines also provide regular year-round service to SoFi Stadium: Bus Line 115 (Manchester Ave.), Line 117 (Century Blvd.) and Line 212 (La Brea/Prairie).

GTrans also offers express shuttle bus service to SoFi Stadium out of Harbor Gateway Transit Center for a $4 round trip.

Super Bowl shuttle availability, schedules, and policies may be altered and changed ahead of the Super Bowl, and will be updated here as Super Bowl LVI nears.

Rideshare, Taxi, and Limousine Pick-Up & Drop-off Locations

Guests using ridesharing services, taxis, and limousines can be dropped off on the north curbside lane on Kareem Court. Rideshare, taxi, and limo drivers can access Kareem Court via westbound Pincay Drive and follow traffic control instructions.

Depending on the event, there may be multiple pick-up locations for rideshares, taxis, and limousines. Rideshare is located offsite to the north side of SoFi Stadium on Kareem Court. Guests should consult their rideshare apps for more information.

These policies are subject to change during Super Bowl week, so be sure to check back here for the latest information.

SoFi Stadium Parking Map

Super Bowl Parking Breakdown

More precise information will be provided closer to Super Bowl LVI, but for preseason and regular season NFL games, all parking lots within SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park open four hours prior to kickoff. Entry gates open 2-3 hours prior to kickoff. Unlike Super Bowl LV in Tampa, the shift in regards to the COVID-19 pandemic means Super Bowl LVI is expected to be played in front of a full crowd. SoFi Stadium has a capacity of 70,000, but can be expanded to accommodate 100,240 spectators for special events such as the Super Bowl. That means demand for parking will be at a premium. More updates on parking for Super Bowl LVI will be included here as it comes available.


As is the case with past Super Bowls, tailgates are not permitted in the parking lots the NFL manages at Super Bowl host sites. This is standard NFL policy for the Super Bowl, as space in and around stadiums is tight, and the league has different policies regarding the Super Bowl experience than teams do for regular season games.

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