There will be several streets throughout downtown Chicago and north side parks that will be impacted by road closures and traffic reroutes during the weekend of Friday, August 26, 2016.
Athletes and spectators alike can enjoy a ride from the transition area to the post-race party, and back again. Title sponsor, Transamerica, is providing this complimentary service. Catch the trolley at the northeast corner of Balbo and Columbus and the southwest corner of Lakeshore and Monroe anytime between 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Sunday, August 28
Race day parking is available through a variety of downtown pay lots, as well as the Hilton Chicago. Regular rates and rules apply.
If you plan to drive downtown on race morning, we recommend parking in the 9,200 space Millennium Garages located in Grant Park. These underground lots are located near the Transition Area at the east end of Randolph Drive.
Spectators are encouraged to park at the Soldier Field North Garage Lot, located at the north end of Museum Campus Drive and off of McFetridge Drive. This location is an easy walk to the swim start, run course and finish line areas.
Check back for special race day offers as the weekend approaches.
ADDITIONAL PARKING OPTIONS:
35 E. Monroe, $13-30
17 E. Adams, $24-30
55 E. Monroe, $32
130 E. Randolph, $23-28
200 E. Randolph, $17.50
llinois Center Garage
111 E. Wacker, $23
151 N. Michigan, $25-30
Reserve your parking in advance and get there on time, stress free!
SpotHero is the nation’s leading parking reservation app to book convenient and affordable parking, whether it’s for an event, commute to work or even airport parking.
To reserve your parking spot for the triathlon, visit the Chicago Triathlon SpotHero Parking Page and book a spot with rates up to 50% off drive-up.
Need parking for the expo? Visit the Multisport and Fitness Expo SpotHero Parking Page to book a spot near the Chicago Hilton.