Alternate Transportation

Uber, Lyft & Ridesharing

Use Uber, Lyft and other ridesharing alternatives as a way to get down to T-Mobile Park without having to park. Starting in 2018, T-Mobile Park will have a designated ridesharing lot. More on that to come. 


Seattle has many bicycle paths and is user friendly for bicyclists (as long as you don't mind a few challenging hills!). The path along the waterfront is flat and provides a great opportunity to get in a nice bicycle ride along with the game. T-Mobile Park has secured parking for over 150 bicycles in the Mariners Garage located on Edgar Martinez Drive east of Occidental Avenue. There is no charge for bicycle parking. Additional bicycle racks are available next to the garage on the west plaza and on the Centerfield Gate Plaza on the north side of the stairs. Bicyclists are advised to avoid chaining bicycles to parking meters, trees or other objects that might impede the very heavy pedestrian and vehicle traffic around the ballpark. Bicycles blocking, walkways, stairways, elevators, sidewalks or building entrances are subject to immediate removal by the Seattle Police Department.


Limousines cannot be accommodated in the garage but may purchase parking in the charter bus parking area by calling 206-346-4001 at least 10 business days in advance. There are no limousine waiting areas near the ballpark.


Taxi stands are located outside of most major hotels in downtown Seattle. Taxi rates are regulated in Seattle. Taxicabs can drop off passengers near the ballpark, but cannot guarantee a drop off on streets adjacent to the ballpark. A taxi zone is located across from the Home Plate Gate at the northwest corner of First Avenue South and Edgar Martinez Drive S.


Seattle streets are user friendly. Many downtown hotels are within a 15-30 minute walk of the ballpark. Just remember to bring a jacket, as a late evening stroll back to your hotel can be a bit chilly.