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  • What is Controlled Zone Parking?

    It's simple. Controlled Zone Parking means that you park in a lot based on the gate you enter. For example, if you enter through the Sunset Gate, you will be directed to park in Parking Lot 1 or 2. When leaving the game, you will be required to exit out of the same gate you entered.

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  • Can I really access all freeways from every single gate?

    Yes, you can! It may not be your usual travel pattern, but you can access every freeway from any gate at Dodger Stadium.

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  • Does General Admission parking ever sell out at Dodger Stadium?

    For full capacity games, it is possible that General Admission and Preferred parking will sell out. Purchasing parking in advance is always encouraged, particularly for these games. Arriving early is recommended on these days as well.

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  • Do those with preferred parking leave from the same gate they entered?

    Those with preferred parking may enter and leave through any of the Dodger Stadium gates.

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  • How much is General Parking?

    Cars are $10 in advance, $15 at the gate, no in-and-out privileges and no refunds. Buses, Rv's, Limos and any other oversized vehicles are $35 in advance, $50 at the gate.

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  • What is an oversized vehicle?

    Any vehicle that will take up more than one parking stall.

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  • How does Disabled Parking work?

    There is an ample amount of disabled parking spaces located in parking lots B, G, N, & P. Parking cashiers and attendants will direct those with a valid state-issued disabled parking permit and/or license plate to these areas. Locations are first-come, first-served. Once ADA stalls are filled, you will be directed to alternate locations. The Dodgers offer shuttle services to disabled fans; you'll be assisted based on the call queue on a first-come, first-served basis.

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