Getting around Final Four
U.S. Bank Stadium and events leading up to the the 2019 NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four are conveniently located around Minneapolis and the Twin Cities. There are many ways to get around.
The City of Minneapolis is working with stakeholders, including the Local Organizing Committee, the NCAA, their vendors and numerous local community partners to create minimal disruptions to traffic and parking as possible.
The goal is to ensure that those who live and work in the City of Minneapolis, as well as Final Four visitors, can travel as conveniently as possible while ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience at all the major events that will take place in our city. Below are the maps showing the likely closures (subject to change).
US Bank Stadium
MnDOT traffic Info
The Minnesota Department of Transportation shares highway traffic incidents, road conditions, construction and closures, traffic flow and more online. View MnDOT's interactive maps.
Parking and Snow Emergencies
View the interactive parking meter map to learn applicable regular and event rates, time limits, and hours of enforcement.
Planning to park on the street? While unlikely, it's possible to get heavy, measurable snow in April. The City may declare a Snow Emergency, where, under certain conditions, street parking is no allowed on certain streets on certain days. If parking on the street, be aware if a Snow Emergency is declared, and familiarize yourself with the parking rules to avoid getting a ticket and towed.
Learn how Snow Emergencies work:
Taxi and ride sharing
Minneapolis is served by a variety of taxi and ride sharing services.
By foot and bike
Walking and biking is a great way to experience Minneapolis and take in the sights. Downtown Minneapolis is served by a strong network of sidewalks, skyways and bike lanes.
Last updated Jan 22, 2019