Best Transportation Options to Get to the Rams Super Bowl Victory Parade Route

What is the best way to get from where you are to the parade route in the fairgrounds?

  • You can drive and hope to find a place to park. The SpotHero app says it has a garage along the route.
  • You could ride a bicycle or motorbike.
  • You can also take trains, buses and public transport

Exposition Park stations that could be occupied include J-Line, Jefferson-USC and Expo Park-USC stations.

“These are the three important stations to connect with the parade,” Metro’s José Ublado explained.


Metro officials say they will maintain peak service levels and use all of their trains to increase capacity on parade day.

It’s quite a long route where you might find parking here and there, but you’ll have to get here very early. Then there’s the parade day traffic.

“It’s going to be a nightmare,” Ubaldo said.

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Due to road closures, the metro spokesperson says even buses will have to make detours.

To be clear, there is no free transport on the metro.

There’s a price to ride trains and buses, but so do taxi services, ride-sharing apps and everything in between.

We asked Uber if customers can expect a high price parade day? When pressed, a spokesperson for the ridesharing app issued the following response:

“We don’t know because the drivers are working their own schedules – we will only know how many are in line when they log on tomorrow.”

If you take the train, you might spot Christopher Ruffin, a Rams fan who plans to make it to Wednesday’s parade.

“I’d rather take a train and make it easier for myself,” Ruffin explained.

Is he happy to take a train for the parade?

“Yes, I am,” he said, adding, “I like sports. I like winning. We won.”

Metro suggests whatever you decide to do early given the crowds that are expected Wednesday at the Parc des Expositions.

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