The Steelers are encouraging fans to arrive early to Sunday's 1 p.m. game at Heinz Field against the Baltimore Ravens. Following are several parking options for fans planning to drive to Sunday's Steelers game:
· Fans without pre-sold parking and cash parkers should utilize the 900-space Blue 10 Garage or the Allegheny Center Garage, both of which can be accessed from the North on I-279 via Exit 2B; from the East/North on Rte 28 via Lacock Street; or from the South/West or East via the Seventh Street Bridge.
· For $5.00, convenient Golden Triangle parking is available at nine (9) Pittsburgh Parking Authority garages and the Convention Center. The Fifth Avenue Place garage also provides parking for $5.00. From Golden Triangle parking garages, fans can enjoy a pleasant walk to Heinz Field via the Ft. Duquesne Bridge walk and sidewalks on the Roberto Clemente Bridge.
· Fans seeking front door service can park in the First Avenue Garage or the Grant Street Transportation Center (at Penn Avenue and Twelfth Street) and catch a shuttle bus to Art Rooney Avenue near Gate A at Heinz Field.
· Want front door service to Heinz Field? If you park in the Golden Triangle, you can ride on a Shuttle Bus (for only $1.50 per person, each way). Shuttles operate two hours before kickoff and 45 minutes after the game. All shuttles will travel across the Clemente Bridge. Stops include Liberty Avenue across from the Wood Street "T" Station, Liberty Avenue at Heinz Hall and Sixth Street at Ft. Duquesne Blvd. At Heinz Field, Shuttles stop at Art Rooney Avenue near Gate "A."
· Additional parking is available at Station Square.
· Reserved, pre-sold parking lots around the stadium open at 8 a.m. to game day parkers. Tailgating is permitted in the pre-sold lots surrounding the stadium. Reedsdale Street eastbound, via the West End Bridge, will be opened for the game providing access to pre-sold Gold Lot 1, Red 5 Garage and Red 7 Lots.
· For more information, contact Port Authority Customer Service at (412) 442-2000.
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