Rose Bowl game information

Combined with the Rose Parade in the morning, Monday's 2 p.m. Rose Bowl game between USC and Michigan will present some parking challenges. Rose Bowl officials encourage car pooling and recommend that those who drive arrive by 10 a.m.

Getting to the game




Because Rose Bowl parking is limited, spectators are urged to use

public transit or free shuttle services in Pasadena.


Gold Line

For Metro Rail passengers, the Memorial Park station is a three-block

walk from the Parsons parking lot's free shuttle stop. The stadium's

shuttle stop is near Gates B and C. (See map.)


Limited parking/shuttle service

Rose Bowl parking lots, including those at Brookside Golf Course, open

at dawn. The cost is $25 for cars, $100 for limited RV spaces on game

day and $85 per night prior to that. Cars will be parked five deep in

some areas.


Park and shuttle rides are available at the Parsons parking lot, 100

W. Walnut (shown on map) at $25 per car. Parking charges are $15 for



The free stadium shuttle runs continuously from 10 a.m. to about two

hours after the game.


Sources: Tournament of Roses, Rose Bowl Operating Co.

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