Dodger Stadium Express warming up and ready to play for today’s Opening Day against San Francisco Giants

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If you’re headed to opening day, here’s the map for the Dodger Stadium Express bus service from Los Angeles Union Station to the ballpark. It’s a free service for those holding tickets to today’s game at 1:10 p.m. against the Giants.

More info:

•Board the Dodger Stadium Express at Bus Bay 3 of the Patsaouras Transit Plaza at Union Station.

•Service leaves Union Station every 10 minutes, starting 90 minutes before game time through the 3rd inning for all home games. We recommend arriving early; crowds are heaviest near game time.

•Your Dodger ticket is good on gameday for the Dodger Stadium Express fare*; otherwise, regular Metro fares apply.

•You’ll be dropped off inside Dodger Stadium behind Center Field. Service will run the same route in reverse after the game.

Metro ExpressLanes

Driving to Union Station to connect with the Dodger Stadium Express? Beat traffic on the 10 and 110 freeways with Metro ExpressLanes. They’re toll-free for carpools, vanpools and motorcycles; solo drivers can use them too, by paying a toll. All users except motorcycles need a Fastrak® transponder. Learn more at metroexpresslanes.net.

Parking at Union Station?

Pay for parking before returning to your car. Use the automated machines located in the elevator lobbies of P1, P2 and P3.

3 thoughts on “Dodger Stadium Express warming up and ready to play for today’s Opening Day against San Francisco Giants

  1. Although I know Metro likes to encourage people to take transit to Union Station, I’m glad that parking at Union Station is being advertised. You save $4 and avoid the most traffic congested part of the trip. The only issue is if you have seats in reserve or top deck, which requires a lot of walking.

  2. What’s the story with the rumored bus only lane near the stadium? Is that coming to pass?

  3. Hi Michael;

    The bus lane is being used today. I don’t know if it will be used every game but I think LADOT wants to try it and see how it goes before locking it in permanently.

    Steve Hymon
    Editor, The Source

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