New Parking Plan at Dodger Stadium 

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Dodgers are unveiling a new parking plan at Dodger Stadium this season.  In an effort to simplify the entrance and exit process and improve safety, the Dodgers have launched a Controlled Zone Parking plan and doubled the number of parking staff to assist fans as they enter and exit the Stadium. 

  Additionally, new pedestrian walkways have been designated for the safety of fans as they traverse the parking lots and enter the Stadium.    

Controlled Zone Parking means that fans will enter and exit through the same gate and be directed to park in a specific parking lot and space.  An increase in parking personnel will ease fans into the improvements.  Every step of the way, Dodger staff will be on hand to direct drivers and get them in and out of stadium efficiently and safely.    

"The Dodgers are committed to providing the best fan experience in all of sports," said Vice President of Stadium Operations Lon Rosenberg, "The upgrades in the parking lots and our procedures will provide for a more consistent and efficient parking experience."   

There are four entrance gates into Dodger Stadium:  Sunset Gate (Sunset Blvd and Elysian Park), Golden State Gate (Stadium Way and Academy Drive), Academy Gate (Academy Drive) and Downtown Gate (110 Freeway at Stadium Way).  Gates open two hours before a scheduled game time.  All gates provide access to all major freeways when fans exit the Stadium.    

Dodger fans can plan ahead and familiarize themselves with traffic and parking information on the new parking alert page at dodgers.com/parking.  The page will be updated daily and includes parking maps, alerts and daily tips for fans planning to attend a Dodger game.   

"We're excited to welcome our fans back this season and we ask them to continue to drive safely and responsibly using the new routes," said Rosenberg.  "We also encourage drivers to ask parking safety personnel for help as they adapt to our improvements."   

Season Ticket holder parking lots are now lettered, and, as in past seasons, season ticket holders with preferred parking lot passes may enter and exit out of any parking gate.  These drivers are asked to adhere to general parking rules and proceed with caution as some previous lanes and exits are now pedestrian walkways.   

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