If you're headed to the Chicago Bears game this weekend, here are some parking tips for you!
-Chicago Bears season ticket holders have access to the best parking lots on Museum Campus. However, if you're not one of those fans, you may be looking for a 'Single Game Pass' to display in your vehicle. Those passes are good for the Grant Park North Garage, and the Millennium Garage (enter off of Columbus and Monroe). The advantage of these garages? A free shuttle bus straight to the stadium. Soldier Field. Those lots start at $42.
Other nearby garages, including at McCormick Place, Grant Park and more have parking available as well, but without the perk of a shuttle. Prices vary. Here's more information.
-Attention rideshare customers: There are only a couple of drop-off points, and one pick-up location after the game, at East Balbo Drive and South Columbus Drive.
Those turnarounds are highly managed by traffic management. And, you can expect to walk a bit to get to your driver, or to the gate.
In terms of timing, here's what the team says: "Taxi cabs, limousines, and buses will not be allowed to enter Soldier Field Campus starting 90 minutes after kick-off. The campus will re-open 1 hour after the game is over."
Your best bet is probably the CTA. See below!