Millions of fans have visited PNC Park since it opened in April 2001. Through the years, the city of Pittsburgh -- and especially the North Shore -- has continued to change and grow. While the ongoing development of our region is exciting, it also presents fans with some challenges in getting to and from the ballpark.
These pages will provide you with simple directional and parking information that will make your trips to and from PNC Park as easy and stress-free as possible. Parking lots surrounding PNC Park will include Gold 1 lot, Gold 1 garage, Gold 2 lot, Gold 4 lot, Red 5 garage, Red 5A lot, Red 6 lot, Blue 10 garage, Red 7A lot, and Red 7C lot.
In addition, the Pirates have teamed up with Waze, a community-based traffic and navigation app, to provide you with the most efficient routes to and from the game. Waze is the only GPS program that (thanks to our partnership) has PNC Park parking lots, event day traffic patterns, and street closures incorporated, providing fans with accurate directions to your specific lot with real-time traffic alerts. Download the free app from Apple's App store and Google Play.
Roberto Clemente Bridge Construction
The Roberto Clemente Bridge (6th Street Bridge) is currently closed for construction and will reopen after the 2023 baseball season. As such, fans that park downtown and typically walk across the Clemente Bridge should cross the Andy Warhol Bridge (7th Street Bridge). Fans that typically drive across the Clemente Bridge to access the North Shore campus should follow the posted detour signage and access the campus using the Andy Warhol (7th Street) or Rachel Carson (9th Street) Bridges.
115 Federal Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15212