Maps & Parking
Rogers Arena is within a 15 minute walk of more than 7,000 parking spots.
This includes our own underground parkade, lot 987 which is accessible off of Griffiths Way, on the west side of the building.
During non-event days, all surrounding Impark parking lots have parking machines except for Lot 315 which is pay by cell phone only.
Disability parking is available in lot 315 located off of Carroll Street, one block east of Rogers Arena. We also have disabled parking spaces for vehicles under 6'6" high in our underground parkade, lot 987 at Rogers Arena. If you would like to reserve disabled parking underground, please call our Guests with Disabilities Hotline at 604.899.7445. Please Note: Disabled parking spots are subject to availability.
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From the Fraser Valley
Follow Highway #1 west. Take the 1st Avenue exit and follow 1st Avenue until you reach Quebec Street. Turn right on Quebec Street and follow it until the road forks. Take the left fork onto Expo Blvd. Follow Expo Blvd to Rogers Arena.
From Horseshoe Bay/West Vancouver
Follow Highway #1 east. Take the Taylor Way exit and travel south. Turn left on Marine Drive. Take the exit for the Lions Gate Bridge and travel through Stanley Park. Follow Georgia Street through downtown to Beatty street then turn left. Turn right on Pender street, then turn right again onto Abbott street which takes you to Rogers Arena.
Follow Highway #17 north until you intersect Highway #99. Follow Highway #99 north and cross over the Oak Street Bridge. Follow Oak Street north until you reach 49th Avenue. Turn right on 49th Avenue and then left on Cambie Street. Follow Cambie Street onto the Cambie Street Bridge and take the first exit onto Pacific Blvd, leading to Rogers Arena.
From Peace Portal Border Crossing
Follow Highway #99 north. Cross over the Oak Street Bridge and follow Oak Street north until you reach 49th Avenue. Turn right on 49th Avenue and then turn left onto Cambie Street. Follow Cambie Street onto the Cambie Street Bridge and take the first exit onto Pacific Blvd, leading to Rogers Arena.
Using Public Transit
Rogers Arena is easily accessible by public transit via the Stadium/Chinatown Skytrain station.
Biking to Rogers Arena
Going green and cycling your way to the hockey game? Use this handy bike route planner to find the best way to get here! Bike racks are located at Gate 9 and P1.