Super Bowl Traffic in Las Vegas, NV

Preparing for Super Bowl Traffic in Las Vegas, NV

Super Bowl Traffic in Las Vegas, NV

In less than a week, the San Francisco 49ers will face off against the defending world champions, the Kansas City Chiefs. San Francisco finished the 2023 season with a 12–5 record as the NFC’s #1 seed. Kansas City had an 11–6 record, their 11th consecutive winning season, and is the AFC’s #3 seed. Thousands are flocking to Las Vegas to watch these impressive teams compete at Super Bowl LVIII at the new Allegiant Stadium.

There is much excitement surrounding the halftime entertainment, as well. After performing his 100-show Las Vegas Residency this past year, Usher is heading back to the desert as the headliner for the Super Bowl Halftime Show. However, this isn’t the first time the Grammy-winning artist has graced the SB stage. Back in 2011 he and performed their hit song, “OMG” for Super Bowl XLV at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

If you are traveling to the Las Vegas Strip or the surrounding Clark County areas, it’s crucial to prepare for congested freeways, partial lane restrictions, and road closures around the stadium. Here’s what you need to know to prepare for the Big Game.


Details About Game Day

  • Date: February 11, 2024
  • Kickoff Time: 3:30 PM PST and 6:30 PM EST
  • Location: Allegiant Stadium – 3333 Al Davis Way, Las Vegas, NV 89118
  • Anticipated Weather Forecast: 53 degrees Fahrenheit, mostly sunny
  • Halftime Performer: Usher


The Best Way to Get to Allegiant Stadium

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It’s estimated that there could be about 450,000 people in Las Vegas for Super Bowl weekend. Make sure to check out the Super Bowl-related traffic, plan your route, and arrive on time to quickly secure a parking spot.

Clark County launched an opt-in text service for Super Bowl traffic alerts. Those who text SBLV to 31996 will receive a text on Sunday with traffic updates, so they can plan for potential delays around Allegiant Stadium. Motorists can also check traffic conditions on navigation apps such as Google Maps, Apple Maps, and Waze before heading out.

Stadium Parking

The Allegiant Stadium parking lots will open at 11:30 AM PST. It is not permitted for ticket holders or non-ticket holders to tailgate. Single-event or game-day parking passes at the stadium must be booked in advance through SpotHero, the nation’s leading parking reservations app, or on the Allegiant Stadium SpotHero Parking page.

The parking lots do not allow re-entry, so parking passes will not be valid once leaving the venue. 

A great walking option for fans is the Hacienda Bridge because it will be closed to motor vehicle traffic on select event days. The Hacienda Bridge will be the best way for fans to enter and exit the stadium.

Vehicles are not permitted to park overnight before the Big Game. However, vehicles are allowed to line up in a single lane closest to the curb one hour before the gates open on game day.

Ridesharing, Taxis, and Shuttles

Rideshare pick-up and drop-off locations are available in Lot N, which is just north of Allegiant Stadium. There will be a dedicated area just west of the stadium, near Diablo Dr. and Procyon St., for taxis and shuttles.

The Regional Transportation Commission’s (RTC) Deuce service will provide 24/7 service to transport fans to Allegiant Stadium.


Road Closures for Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas

As we gear up for the Big Game, commuters need to be aware of the Super Bowl-related road closures and traffic in the area.

Lane restrictions surrounding the Allegiant Stadium will likely progress to full road closures in the days leading up to the game. The Las Vegas Super Bowl Host Committee provided a tentative road closure schedule. Regarding the local businesses in the area, access will be maintained as much as possible.

Full Closures

  • The I-15 Southbound ramps to Tropicana Avenue. (Eastbound and Westbound) will be fully closed from Feb. 14 – 20. It is recommended to exit on Flamingo Road West.
  • Hacienda Avenue to Al Davis Way – until Feb. 15.
  • Allegiant Stadium Way to Dean Martin Drive – until Feb. 15.
  • Lot W to Russell Road from Feb. 3 – 9. Business access is maintained
  • Oquendo Road to Lot N from Feb. 8 – 15; business access maintained
  • Ali Baba Lane to Russell Road Feb. 10 – 15. Business access is maintained
  • The two eastbound turn lanes on Russell Road at Frank Sinatra Drive will be closed at the back entrance of the Mandalay Bay Convention Center from Feb. 7 – 11. There will be access to the RTC bus stop on Russell Road.
  • Polaris Avenue to the east of Luxor Drive Feb. 10 – 15. 
  • Game Changers Sports driveway to Cameron Street closure from Feb. 3 – 11.
  • The two southbound left turn lanes will be closed at the intersection of Caesars Service Drive from Feb. 7 – 12.

Partial Road Closures/ Lane Restrictions

  • The road will be partially closed from Hacienda Avenue to Lot W from Feb. 3 – 9. There will be one lane northbound and one lane southbound available. Business access will be maintained.
  • Russell Road to Lot N from Feb. 1 – 7. There is one northbound lane and one southbound lane available.
  • One-way northbound traffic only from Ali Baba Lane to Tropicana Avenue and no southbound travel from Feb. 9 – 11.
  • One-way eastbound traffic only from Valley View Boulevard to Dean Martin Drive; no westbound travel on Feb. 11.
  • Howard Hughes Parkway to Paradise Avenue from Feb. 9 – 10.
  • Las Vegas Boulevard from Flamingo Road to Bellagio Drive and intermittent sidewalk closure through Feb. 16. During the Super Bowl week (Feb. 4 – 11) the sidewalk will have 24-hour access.


Make the Right Call on Game Day

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Are you prepared for the Big Game? It’s essential to have a game plan in advance to prevent a drunk driving accident. 

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 30% of all traffic crash deaths in the US involve alcohol-impaired drivers.

The National Retail Federation (NRF) estimates that 112.2 million people plan to host or attend a party on February 11th. Another 16.2 million people plan to watch the game at a bar or restaurant.

Unfortunately, drunk driving accidents spike on Super Bowl Sunday. Be a team player; don’t drink and drive. Here are some additional tips to keep in mind.

1. Don’t Take an L – Follow the Rules

  • It’s illegal to drive with a BAC of .08 or higher.
  • You can be charged with a drunk driving infraction even if your BAC is not above the legal limit.
  • The average cost of a DUI is about $10,000.

2. Be an MVP

  • If you’re hosting a Super Bowl party, provide plenty of snacks and non-alcoholic drink options.
  • Volunteer to be a designated driver or help others find a sober ride home.

3. Play It Safe

  • Drive home earlier. Most drunk driving crashes occur during nighttime and the early morning hours.
  • Always buckle up. Wearing a seatbelt can reduce your risk of moderate to critical injury by 50%.
  • If you see a drunk driver, call local law enforcement.

4. If You’ve Been Drinking, You Are Benched

  • Drunk driving accidents are 100% preventable. Never drink and drive. Designate a sober driver.  #BuzzedDrivingIsDrunkDriving


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