Little Caesars Arena opened in September of 2017 as a part of an extensive development project to help revitalize Detroit’s Midtown neighborhood. The arena replaces both Joe Louis Arena and the Palace of Auburn Hills as the home of the NBA’s Detroit Pistons and the NHL’s Detroit Red Wings. Our Little Caesars Arena Parking Guide will help you find the best parking options!
Taxi Taxicabs increase their numbers in the streets of downtown Detroit during the games. Four fans may occupy one taxicab, and the fares are $1.40 base with $1.40 per mile fees.
The Detroit People Mover The Detroit People Mover will pick you up at various stations across downtown and drop you off near Little Caesars Arena. The closest stop is at Grand Circus Park. Walk a few blocks due north to arrive at the arena. For more information, visit the Detroit People Mover website.
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CBS Local – Detroit Check out this article on where to park near the new arena from CBS and get the skinny on some of the best spaces available.
Detroit Free Press More insider parking information from one of Detroit’s local news sources.
Stadium Journey Check out Stadium Journey for user reviews and helpful information about parking, the stadium, and more.
Little Caesars Arena Yelp Page Hear about the Little Caesars Arena experience directly from fans.