Heinz Field is home to the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers and the University of Pittsburgh’s Pittsburgh Panthers. The stadium is located on the north shore of downtown Pittsburgh. This great location draws Pittsburgh fans and university students from all over the country, so that, in combined with its downtown location, can create parking challenges. The possibility of getting caught downtown in traffic and missing some of the game won’t concern you as long as you follow our helpful guide. We’ve got maps, directions, official parking rates, information about how to reserve parking online to make sure your parking for game day goes down without a hitch!
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|Garage/Lot Name||Price Range||Reservations?||Distance to Gate||Walking Time|
|Gold Lot 1 – 4||$45||Cash Only||0.2 Mi||4 mins|
|Red Lot 5, 6||$60||Book Now!||0.1 Mi||2 mins|
|Blue Lots 7 F-J||$30||Cash Only||.3 Mi||6 mins|
|Green 22-25||$60||N/A||.1 Mi||4 Mins|
|Green 31-33||$30||N/A||.3 Mi||6 mins|
|Rivers Casino Garage||$20||Cash/Credit Only||.6 Mi||12 mins|
|North Shore Garage||$28||Book Now!||.5 Mi||10 mins|
|NOVA Place Garage||$20||Book Now!||.5 Mi||11 mins|
|Riverfront Center Garage||$36||Book Now!||.6 Mi||12 mins|
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- For all North Shore parking options, all locations open 5 hours prior to game time. Tailgating is permitted in lots only.
- No tents are permitted.
- No fires other than cooking grills are permitted. Grills are NOT permitted in any garages.
- No personal or private toilets or port-a-johns are permitted.
- Alcohol is permitted, but no sale of alcohol is permitted.
- Tailgating is to be contained to paid space only. Tailgating and other activities cannot restrict access to the aisles.
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Port Authority Regular Bus Service
Visit the Port Authority Website to plot a route to Heinz Field using regularly scheduled bus service.
The West Busway
Park at Carnegie, Bell, Crafton, or Sheradon Park-and-Ride stations, then take the “33x West Busway – All Stops” bus to downtown. From there, you can walk to the ballpark across the Clemente Bridge and over to Heinz Field.
Fans coming to Heinz Field are able to take advantage of the free Light Rail Transit (or “T”) service. Park along any T station, and get free service to and from the stadium!
“T” Service is provided from:
- Weekdays from 5:06am to 12:44am
- Saturdays from 5:41am to 12:48am
- Sundays from 5:41am to 11:18pm
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Drop off and pick up is the recommended ADA access to the stadium.
Parking for disabled is available in all lots surrounding Heinz Field. Parking is available on a first come, first served basis. Vehicles must display proper credentials to be allowed to park in a handicapped zone.
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Official Heinz Field Parking Page > The Steeler’s official parking page, which is includes pricing, locations, and directions. The same info our guide provides!
Heinz Field Yelp Page > Get great reviews from fellow fans! Yelp features user reviews of the stadium and the surrounding area.
Parking Panda > Compare parking options near Heinz Field and reserve a parking space in advance. Save money by searching for the best deals!
Heinz Field Fan Guide > Check out the Heinz Field fan guide from Steelers.com and get all your fan questions answered for game day!
Parkopedia Heinz Field > You can find all kinds of parking details and downtown lot alternatives for Heinz Field with Parkopedia.
Stadium Journey > Check out Stadium Journey. This site provides some great info about Heinz Field, including parking tips, user reviews, and amenities in and around downtown.