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Riding or driving to the Final Four in Dallas? Here are your best options, and where to park

If you're heading to the games or any of the festivities downtown, you'll want to make a plan.

DALLAS — March Madness has descended on downtown Dallas as Iowa, South Carolina, LSU and Virginia Tech fight for the NCAA Division I national championship.

The American Airlines Center will host the NCAA Women's Final Four, as well as the Division II and III championship games. Parking and traffic in the downtown area will be more crowded than usual, so we've got you covered on how to plan your commute around town.

DART/Dallas Streetcar

One of the options you can choose to get around downtown Dallas is utilizing DART and Dallas street car. You can plan your trip here on DART's website.

Ride share and taxi

Dallas has many taxi and rideshare services available. You can take a cab from the airport or catch an Uber wherever you’d like to go!

Heading to AAC for games? Here's downtown parking information

Over 5,000 parking spaces are available for American Airlines Center guests. The majority of these parking spaces are located within two blocks of American Airlines Center. In addition, there are over 3,000 parking spaces to the South and East of American Airlines Center within easy walking distance. 

*Note: Fans arriving via I-35E are recommended exit on Continental Ave to access parking lots and avoid traffic.*

You can book parking near the AAC online here.

Here is a map of additional parking options throughout Dallas:

Credit: City of Dallas

Final Four weekend guide

We have a full list of events and things to do for Final Four weekend here! We have a list of all the fan experience events from Thursday, March 30 to Sunday, April 2.

Here is an official events map for the Women's Final Four: 

Credit: NCAA

For more information, you can also download the Women's Final Four App.

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