Parking, Shuttle And Traffic Information For The Capital One Bowl
Parking is SOLD OUT for the Capital One Bowl at the Florida Citrus Bowl. Free shuttle service is available to bowl fans. In addition, the City of Orlando and Florida Citrus Sports have published maps for parking, shuttles and road closures around the Citrus Bowl on game day.
Pre-paid parking for the Capital One Bowl is sold out. There will be ONE first-come, first-served public cash lot at Jones High School on game day (capacity 600), but no other public lots have availability.
Fans should be advised that they are parking in private lots around the stadium AT THEIR OWN RISK.
All parking lots open at 7:00 a.m with the exception of Lot W, which opens at 10:00 a.m.
FREE PUBLIC SHUTTLES
Location: Amway Center, 400 W Church Street (MAP)
Pick Up: Shuttle buses will pick up in two locations: 1) the Geico Garage (400 W South Street), directly south of the Amway Center; 2) the corner of Church Street and Hughey Avenue (400 W Church Street), at the northeast corner of the Amway Center.
Parking Fee: There is a $10 charge to park in the Geico Garage. You can also park in one of the many city lots and garages near the arena ( map )
Drop Off: The shuttles will drop off at the corner of Church ahd Nashville at the stadium.
Time: Shuttle buses will begin running at 8:00 a.m. and run to and from the stadium throughout the day until 1 ½ hour after the game.
The following items are not allowed in the Florida Citrus Bowl:
- * No outside food, drink
- * Carts, strollers, tents, large backpacks
- * Coolers, umbrellas, air horns, megaphones
- * Poles longer than 12″, posters larger than 11X17
- * Video cameras, cameras with detachable lenses greater than 6 inches, laptops
- * Pets (except assistive animals)
- * Lasers or weapons/fireworks
- * Unauthorized solicitation, handbills, giveaways, or sampling