Find out how to get to U.S. Cellular Field. Whether you're traveling from north, south, east, west, by car or CTA.
ACCESSIBLE PARKING LOT DETAILS
Accessible parking for cars displaying state issued disability placards or license plates is available on the north side of the ballpark in parking lot B immediately adjacent to Gate 5. To reach lot B guests from the north should travel south on Wentworth from 31st street and turn right on 33rd, then left on Wells street. Guests coming from the south should travel north on LaSalle from 35th street and turn left onto 33rd, then left onto Wells.
A parking attendant will direct vehicles displaying a current handicapped license plate or municipally issued disabled permit to the reserved parking area. Any guest in need of assistance may be dropped off or picked up at Gate 4 in Lot D. Guests needing access to an elevator or escalator should enter the ballpark at Gate 5.
The Chicago Transit Authority provides transportation to and from U.S. Cellular Field for guests who are physically challenged. Arrangements may be made by contacting the CTA at 312-836-7000; (TDD) 312-836-4949.
Parking lots will close 30 minutes after each game. Tailgating is not permitted after games.
Regular priced individual parking costs $20 Monday through Saturday, and $10 on Family Sundays.
U.S. Cellular Field is easily accessed via public transportation. Please note: Fans taking the CTA to the game during the 2013 season should follow the directions located on the Public Transportation page. The area is also serviced by a number of bus routes and Metra Rock Island stop. Please visit the Chicago Transit Authority Web site at www.chicagotransitauthority.com or via phone at 312-836-7000 for more information.
The Chicago White Sox are making it a little easier for commuters to enjoy a White Sox game by bringing Park & Ride to the ballpark on summer weekdays.
Get off the train at Metra’s 35th Street “Lou” Jones Station and walk to the park.