Transportation & Parking

Going to drive to the game?

Parking is very limited near the stadium and is also restricted on game days. Instead of parking in neighborhoods near the stadium, the City of Portland encourages Timbers and Thorns fans to park downtown at a SmartPark garage or one of the many nearby parking lots/garages. See below for more parking information.

Did you know?

Providence Park is well served by other travel modes. Take the stress out of game days and walk, bike, or take transit! See detailed information on all of your game day options below.

Certain parking time limitations affect area street parking. Please check Northwest Portland Event Parking Guide for more information or visit


Transit: Season Service

TriMet will be running extra train service on game days with MAX Blue and Red lines. The last eastbound Red Line train to the Airport comes through the Providence Park station at 11:13 pm on weekdays, and 11:09 pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

Providence Park is also served by bus lines 6, 15, 20, and 24. There will be extra bus service (if needed) after the games to allow for better social distancing. TriMet staff will be available to assist riders. Please be patient and be prepared to wait.

  • As of April 19, 2022, masks are now optional on TriMet buses and trains due to a change in federal law, but the CDC does recommend continuing to mask up on transit. TriMet knows riders have mixed feelings about the mandate ending. Some people may continue to wear a mask for added safety, while others may choose not to. TriMet asks everyone to be respectful of others’ masking choices.
  • TriMet provides free face masks on all vehicles and hand sanitizer on all buses and most trains.
  • TriMet buses and trains have good ventilation
  • Practice good hygiene and frequently clean your hands with soap and water or hand sanitizer. Hand sanitizer is provided on many TriMet vehicles.
  • Not feeling well? Stay home. Or wear a mask if you have to ride. Masks are available for free on board all TriMet vehicles.
  • Touchless payments like Hop and contactless credit cards mean less opportunities for germs to spread. Get started with Hop.
  • Get vaccinated


Taking a Lyft or Uber to and from the match? There are designated pick up/drop off locations.

  • Corner of SW Alder & 19th
  • SW Salmon – in front of Lincoln High School
  • SW Morrison & 20th Place


Free bike parking will be located on SW Morrison Street close to the intersection with SW 18th Avenue. The bike parking will be guarded throughout the match by stadium personnel.


Riding an electric scooter to the game? You can park along SW Morrison between SW 18th and 20th Avenue on the north side of the street as well as south side of Morrison between SW 17th and 18th Avenue near the MAX station plaza during matches. These locations are geofenced with scooter partners for where your scooter can be parked. No parking is allowed on the Providence Park sidewalks.

Additional Transportation Recommendations

DRIVERS SHOULD PLAN AHEAD, BE CAUTIOUS -- Streets and sidewalks are expected to be crowded on game days near Providence Park. Fans choosing to drive should be safe by following signs and police direction, driving slow and being patient. To save time and avoid traffic congestion, make a plan before leaving home or work for where you will park downtown and whether you can use TriMet’s express bus or walk to the game.

More information is available at Portland Bureau of Transportation.

Providence Park is located at 1844 SW Morrison in downtown Portland, bordering the Northwest and Southwest districts of the city between 20th and 18th Avenues on Morrison Street. Providence Park is conveniently located just off I-405. MAP IT.

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