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Parking at PPG Paints Arena

For Pittsburgh Penguins home games and other PPG Paints Arena events, parking is available in the adjacent Jim Shorkey surface lots.

PPG Paints Arena's accessible dropoff is located on Fifth Avenue outside the Peoples Gate. Fans with accessible parking placards are encouraged to park in the Jim Shorkey Chrysler East Lot on Centre Avenue. If spaces are not available, fans will be redirected to the Jim Shorkey Dodge South Lot entrance. 

Below are the available lots surrounding PPG Paints Arena. Click the map to enlarge.

 

Cash or credit card payment is accepted upon entry at the following lots, based on game day availability. Early arrival is encouraged.

Jim Shorkey Auto Group Garage $40.00
Jim Shorkey Dodge South Lot: $30.00 
Jim Shorkey Chrysler East Lot: $30.00 
Jim Shorkey Fullerton Lot: $30.00 
Jim Shorkey RAM Melody Tent Lot: $25.00

The Jim Shorkey parking lots at PPG Paints Arena open two (2) hours prior to game time. To view other parking options in downtown Pittsburgh, click here to view a map provided by the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership. 

In addition to the above parking options, the US Steel Plaza T Station (Sixth Avenue at Ross Street) is just blocks away from the Peoples Gate and the Highmark Gate. There is no fare collection in the Steel Plaza Station. Passengers embarking at Steel Plaza may travel free to any of the other stations in the free fare zone--First Avenue, Wood Street, Gateway Center, North Side, and Allegheny. Outbound passengers pay fares when disembarking.

PPG Paints Arena Address
1001 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
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CAPCO Parking 
1300 Centre Ave 
Pittsburgh, PA 15219 
412-804-3372

Official Hotel of Pittsburgh Penguins 
Cambria Hotel Pittsburgh - Downtown
1320 Centre Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
412-381-6687

 

 

Uber Pickup & Dropoff Zone

Looking to get to the game, but don't want to drive? Uber has you covered. Look for the designated pickup and dropoff zone at the corner of Fullerton Street & Wylie Avenue.