WEEKEND WATCH: Transportation Advice for Residents of and Visitors to Downtown Orlando, January 24-26, 2020​

WEEKEND WATCH: Transportation Advice for Residents of and Visitors to Downtown Orlando, January 24-26, 2020

This weekend, in addition to downtown’s regular active and vibrant scene, several large-scale events are planned, including the 2020 NFL Pro Bowl, and road closures will be implemented.
Event attendees are encouraged to plan their route and parking locations ahead of time and to leave early to allow  time for both anticipated and unforeseen delays.

Please visit the Pro Bowl Event Guide for detailed parking and transportation options to get to the game.

For a map of road closures, LYMMO/shuttle and rideshare information, click here.

Road Closures around the Amway Center:
The following roadways will close this weekend for events at the Amway Center:

Road Closures around Camping World Stadium:
The following roadways will close this weekend for the 2020 NFL Pro Bowl at Camping World Stadium:

Road Closures due to Project Construction:
The following roadways are currently closed due to project construction:

  • Rio Grande Avenue from Central Boulevard to Church Street 

Westbound I-4 Exit to Colonial Drive:
Visitors exiting westbound I-4 at Colonial Drive to get to the Amway Center or Camping World Stadium will need to use the left exit, #84A, onto Legion Place/Orange Avenue. Proceed south on Orange Avenue to Colonial Drive, then take a right onto Colonial Drive. Visitors to Amway Center will turn left onto Hughey Avenue and continue south. Visitors to Camping World Stadium will turn left onto Orange Blossom Trail and continue south.  

Alternative Modes of Transportation:
The City of Orlando encourages those who may be traveling in or out of downtown Orlando to plan for additional travel time in anticipation of traffic delays.  Alternate forms of transportation, such as SunRail, LYMMO, bike share, scooter share and rideshare can also assist in getting around. 

  • SunRail
    • In addition to regularly scheduled service, SunRail will run a late-night southbound train on Friday, January 24, that will depart Church Street Station at 10:30 p.m.
    • The last northbound train from downtown Orlando also departs from Church Street Station at 10:30 p.m.  
    • Please visit sunrail.com for schedules and ticketing information.  
  • Camping World Shuttle
    • The LYMMO Grapefruit Line will be extended to provide shuttle service to Camping World Stadium on Sunday, January 26, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.  
    • The drop-off/pickup stop for Camping World Stadium is located at the northwest corner of Church Street and Nashville Avenue.
    • Shuttles will operate every 15 minutes.
  • Rideshare:
    • The city offers two rideshare hubs in downtown Orlando which provide dedicated pick-up lanes for cabs and rideshare drivers to help move people more efficiently out of downtown during late night hours. These hubs operate on Fridays and Saturdays from midnight to 3 a.m. and are located on Magnolia Avenue next to Heritage Square and on Gertrude’s Avenue between Jefferson Street and Washington Street.
    • The Jones High School Admin Lot (801 Rio Grande Avenue) will serve as a taxi and rideshare drop-off and pickup area on Sunday, January 26, from 1 to 7 p.m. for patrons to the 2020 NFL Pro Bowl at Camping World Stadium.

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