Super Bowl Host Committee Announces Parking Plan
Parking downtown during the Super Bowl will be quite different than normal to allow for thousands of visitors to the Circle City.
Super Bowl Host Committee member Mel Raines says officials have unveiled a new interactive map on their website to help fans navigate through the downtown area.
Raines says the NFL has several spaces available for sale for over $10,000, and independent parking operators have 25,000 available parking spaces as well. More than 75 lots and garages will be available near downtown.
Parking passes will also be available from the NFL at ClickandPark.com. Other options include taking IndyGo buses that fans can ride for free Super Bowl weekend due to a grant. Drivers may also use park-and-go services at designated lots. For only $2 fans can ride a shuttle downtown from various lots and garages, but the service will not be available on Super Bowl Sunday.
Street parking throughout downtown during Super Bowl week will not be permitted on major streets due to the need for extra lanes of traffic.