Thank you for coming out and showing your support for the Minnesota Vikings! Below is all the information you need for public transportation while attending a Vikings home football game. If you have any additional questions please call the Vikings Ticket Office at 612.33VIKES (612.338.4537). Skol!
Public Transportation Options
Fans are encouraged to use the dedicated skyway route to gain access to U.S. Bank Stadium. Fans can enter the route via any of the parking ramps along the route. Click here to view the info / map for the Jan. 9 game vs. the Bears.
NOTE: Times and route subject to change.
Bus - Metro Transit
Metro Transit operates bus service for all games. Purchase an Event 6-hour pass from the bus driver or from any rail ticket machine for easy round trip travel.
Bus - SouthWest Transit
SouthWest Transit is once again providing service to regular season Vikings games. Buses will pick up Vikings fans at its three transit hubs along Hwy 212: East Creek in Chaska, SouthWest Village in Chanhassen and SouthWest Station in Eden Prairie. Exact change or Go-To Cards are required. See the SWT website at www.swtransit.org for pickup times and additional information.
Bus - MVTA
Minnesota Valley Transit Authority is offering public transportation to Vikings preseason and regular season home games departing from Shakopee or Burnsville. Bus service will run from Marschall Road Transit Station in Shakopee and Burnsville Transit Station to the Gateway Ramp near U.S. Bank Stadium in downtown Minneapolis. See the MVTA website for additional information.
Three bike parking areas are located on site:
- Northeast: access from 4th Street and Norm McGrew Pl
- Northwest: access from west plaza protected bikeway (formerly 5th St)
- Southeast: access from 11th Ave
Bicycle Access and Circulation
Streets closed to motor vehicle traffic will remain open to people bicycling (4th St, Chicago Ave, Norm McGrew Pl, and 5th St). The protected bikeway through the west plaza (formerly 5th St) between Park Ave and Chicago Ave will be closed on major events for event programming. AN alternative two-way protected bikeway is provided adjacent to the west plaza and the bike racks between Chicago Ave and Park Ave.