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Getting to the Park
Detroit is the auto capital of the U.S. and isn’t known for its mass transit, so naturally the best way to get to a game is usually to drive. Thankfully, congestion is normally not an issue, and several major freeways, including I-75 and I-94, converge near Comerica. Click here for a map and directions.
There are numerous parking garages and lots around Comerica, and you’ll pay $20-25 if you want to be real close. But like everywhere else, you’ll pay half that or less if you don’t mind a short walk. Best bet: Drive and park at a locally owned garage or lot just north of the park, across the expressway. They are safe, cheap and always have vacancy.
For free parking, and maybe a bit of a stroll, you can park at Greektown Casino. It’s a short walk to the park, but if you get your parking pass validated it’s free. Of course, if you drop big bucks in the casino that savings will be negated. Another option is to hit a local bar that offers a free or cheap shuttle to the park. For $3 you can park at Nemo’s Bar and get shuttled right to the CoPa gates. The Old Shillelagh Bar offers a free shuttle.
The Detroit people mover is a safe and cheap mass transit option. For two quarters you can ride the people mover to and from many Detroit hot spots, including Joe Louis Arena, Cobo Hall and Greektown, and get pretty close to the game without having to fight game-day traffic or pay for expensive parking. Exit at either Broadway or Grand Circus and walk to the game. Click here for complete ride schedules and a map.