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Parking options for Opening Day

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Don't let parking concerns keep you from experiencing Opening Day on Monday. Whether you're watching the parade, going to the game or hitting the bars, Cincinnati has numerous parking garages and lots amidst all of the Opening Day action. 

As thousands of fans are expected to flock to downtown, you can expect congestion and traffic. Following these simple tips from the Cincinnati Reds will make getting to your destination hassle-free.

  • Arrive early. Cincinnati will be packed with Reds fans, and those who get there early will find the best parking spots.
  • Call ahead and check on traffic conditions for the best route into Cincinnati.
  • Consider the use of public transportation, including Metro buses and TANK shuttles
  • Check weather conditions and dress appropriately.

The map in this story highlights parking garages in downtown Cincinnati, with the Findlay Market Opening Day Parade route highlighted. Dozens of other outdoor parking lots are also dispersed throughout downtown.

Locations of downtown parking garages:

  • 171 Joe Nuxhall Way
  • 102 W Pete Rose Way
  • 124 E Mehring Way
  • 182 Race St
  • 466 E Mehring Way
  • 295 Broadway
  • 13 W 9th St
  • 551 Walnut St
  • 516 Vine St
  • 534 Main St
  • 412 Vine St
  • 580 Walnut St
  • 406 Main St
  • 465 Broadway
  • 514 Race St
  • 600 Vine St
  • 11 W 7th St
  • 1332 Elm St
  • 106 W 7th St
  • 108 W 4th St
  • 404 W 4th St
  • 106 W 7th St
  • 37 E 7th St
  • 737 Broadway

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Reds Opening Day Schedule: First Pitch, National Anthem, and a flyover

Cincinnati Reds Opening Day: Celebrations and Events

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