Getting around Charlotte for Duke’s Mayo Classic events is easy. You’ll enjoy the walkability of Uptown and the close proximity of hotels, restaurants and the venues where game events take place. There are more than 30,000 parking spaces located within five blocks of Bank of America Stadium.
Here’s how to make your transportation and parking experiences convenient.
Duke’s Mayo Classic attendees are encouraged to use public transportation, operated by Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS). This system includes buses, the LYNX light rail service and the CityLYNX streetcar line. Learn more about CATS and its routes.
We recommend booking convenient and affordable parking in advance through SpotHero, the nation’s leading parking reservation app.
To reserve your parking spot for the Duke’s Mayo Classic, visit the Bank of America Stadium SpotHero Parking Page and book a spot with rates up to 50% off drive-up.
New to SpotHero? Click here to download the SpotHero app.
Drop-Off Zone and Parking for Fans with Disabilities
Those with disabilities who need a drop-off point close to the stadium can use a lane in westbound Morehead Street as it approaches Mint Street, open to vehicles with handicap placards. It will be marked by orange cones. There is a curb cut at the corner and two driveway cuts along Morehead Street for wheelchair access. See map.
To get to the stadium from the drop-off, simply go to the corner of Mint and Morehead streets. Proceed to the right on Mint Street and go under the highway overpass for Interstate 277. The stadium grounds will be on your left after you pass under the overpass. Your ticket will indicate the gate closest to your seat, but you can enter at any gate.
Please keep this drop-off location in mind as you purchase parking. Post-game traffic can be very heavy, and if the driver is parked in an area to the north of the stadium accessing the handicap lane for pick-up can be very time consuming.
Bank of America Stadium does not have reserved handicap parking on stadium grounds, but it has a limited number of spaces allocated for accessible parking in Lot 1, also known as the Mint Street Parking Facility, located at the corner of Mint and Graham streets and directly across from the stadium’s North Gate. Parking for fans with disabilities is available on a first-come, first-served basis for vehicles displaying a handicap placard. This location offers convenience and ease, with three entrances and exits. Grilling and open flames are prohibited in this parking lot.
Lot 1 parking passes are available for purchase. Click here to reserve your spot for South Carolina vs. North Carolina.