Blackhawks Construction To Impact Parking

On Tuesday night, finally, the Blackhawks will take the ice at the United Center. In advance of hosting the Red Wings in their preseason debut, the Hawks sent out some important parking information for fans attending games at the UC this season.

UC Parking

Lot Openings and Closures

  • Due to construction around the United Center, Lot H is no longer available.
  • For Training Camp Festival (Mon. Sept. 21) and preseason Games A & B (Tues. Sept. 22 vs. DET and Sat. Sept. 26 vs. STL), Lots K and F will be closed.
  • NEW THIS YEAR – The Malcolm X College parking garage (MXC) is now open.

Pass vs. Cash Parking

  • Lots C and K will be pass parking only (yellow on map below).
  • All other lots [A, B, E, D, F, G, L, MXC] will accept passes AND cash, however, cash parking will be based on availability (red on map below).

Public Transportation

  • The westbound #20 Madison bus stops at the United Center.  For time schedules and stop details, please click here and select Public Transportation.

Gate 4 / Will Call

  • For Training Camp Festival and the entire preseason, Gate 4 and Will Call on the East side of the United Center will only be accessible from the south, see arrow on map below.

6 thoughts on “Blackhawks Construction To Impact Parking

  1. Question (anyone) – Where is “Remote Parking (South of Madison) LOTX1”? Is this “?NEW THIS YEAR – The Malcolm X College parking garage” referred to above?

  2. whoever donates $25 to park your car is dumb, unless you’re running late or have trouble walking. finding a street spot and walking a few blocks has been my strategy since the old man stopped taking me to games and paying for me

  3. @ Justin,

    I wouldn’t recommend walking around the west side to save a few bucks, not exactly the nicest neighborhood in Chicago.

  4. I go to a handful of games a year. Paying for the easy out parking at the lot just north of the U.C. on the west side of Damen gives me an instant out onto Madison headed west. If you stay for the whole game, you get out in no time. The neighborhood is becoming somewhat gentrified, but there is no way I would park a few blocks away and walk in.

  5. I had season tickets 1968-1998 and parked on the street quite often…until my car was broken into parked on Damen(!). After that it was a Red Top lot. These days I get to only a few games a year – I liked lot H (right in and right out).

  6. Dickie Dunn – I just bought a parking ticket for the United Center and it says: Remote Parking (South of Madison) Lot X1. Did you find out where that is? We can’t figure out where to go! Thanks.

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