Important Road Closures
Driving to the Amway Center? We want to share the below lane closure information currently affecting traffic around the Amway Center on behalf of the Florida Department of Transportation. Please allow ample travel time to arrive at the Amway Center.
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- All lanes of traffic on Hughey Avenue from Church Street to South Street beginning as soon as 12 a.m. on Monday, October 2, 2017. This closure is long-term and is expected to be in place until late 2018.
- Immediately following events, the northbound lane on Division Avenue will also close, allowing southbound traffic only on Division Avenue.
In an effort to alleviate potential traffic congestion during the full lane closure, the City recommends utilizing alternate routes to avoid the area if possible.
Coming from the East on I-4:
Exit at Colonial Drive (84), take a left onto Colonial Drive, then a right onto Orange Avenue taking you southbound into Downtown.
Coming from the North on Hughey Avenue:
Central Boulevard is recommended as an alternate route for southbound access around Downtown. Two alternate routes using Central Boulevard are as follows –
Turn left onto Central Boulevard, then right onto Orange Avenue to access Orange Avenue southbound into Downtown.
Turn right onto Central Boulevard, then left onto Division Avenue, then left onto South Street to access Orange Avenue or continue south on Division toward Gore Street.
The Amway Center is pleased to offer our guests reserved/pre-paid parking in the GEICO Garage located at 400 West South Street. Reserved/Pre-Paid parking can be purchased through Ticketmaster.com and/or the Amway Center Box Office during regular box office hours. Purchases must be made by 5pm on the day prior to the event.
The City of Orlando has additional Downtown Orlando parking options that are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Parking rates vary from $10-$20 and are cash only. Please see the above map for parking lot locations around the City.
When travelling Downtown, please allow extra time due to construction on I-4 and consider using alternative modes of transportation including SunRail, Carshare, Bike Share, LYNX, LYMMO, carpooling and adjusting schedules when possible to avoid traffic delays. I-4 Ultimate is an important project for Central Florida. The 21-mile makeover — from west of Kirkman Road in Orange County to east of State Road 434 in Seminole County — will transform the region while connecting our communities, improving our economy and enhancing livability for everyone.
FDOT's 511 Traveler Information System
The Florida Department of Transportation encourages travelers heading to the Amway Center to use the 511 Traveler Information System to stay up-to-date on delays, road closures, construction and more. The 511 system provides information on all of Florida’s interstates, toll roads and other major metropolitan roadways. Drivers can get traffic updates by calling 511, visiting FL511.com or using the free Florida 511 mobile app available for iTunes and Google Play. Regional and roadway updates also are available on Twitter by following @FL511_Southeast.
Due to popular demand, SunRail #NightTrain service is now available during weekdays. For more on Sunrail and train schedule, visit SunRail.com.
The east-west expansion of the LYMMO system will largely operate in mixed traffic with the exception of several sections (Eastbound Central Avenue between Westmoreland and Division Avenue, Church Street Westbound (Lake to Magnolia Avenue), Southbound Magnolia Avenue between Church and South Streets (an existing LYMMO lane) and Westmoreland from Church to Central Avenue). The new route is proposed to include Lymmo Stops and new Lymmo Shelter stations. LYMMO map. LYMMO Map.