The city of Inglewood announced Friday that a permit will be required to park for more than two hours on any city street to prevent SoFi Stadium attendees from overwhelming residential parking amid large events including NFL games.
Permits will be required for any vehicle parked beyond two hours, but from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., no permit is necessary. The initiative aims to preserve quality of life for residents and prevent increased traffic. The program will be enforced with fines and towing, and signs will be installed to warn motorists.
Residents can apply for a parking permit at cityofinglewood.org, and must show proof of residence, current California drivers license and vehicle registration. Permits will be linked to the vehicle’s plate.
The city is also launching an “IPark&Go” remote parking and shuttle program for visitors to the stadium, which has limited on-site parking. The program offers more than 4,000 parking spaces throughout Inglewood and surrounding areas for people to park before attending SoFi Stadium. Visitors can then catch shuttles to the Inglewood Intermodal Transit Facility, near the stadium. The trip will typically take 30 minutes or less.
For more information, go to iparkandgo.com to purchase a spot and shuttle transportation in advance. It can also be booked on the LAZgo mobile app. The number of spots available will depend on the event, and more locations could be added to the program over time.
Access to the stadium is also provided by Metro’s Line 212 bus service along Prairie Avenue to Hollywood via La Brea Avenue, which connects to Metro’s C Line rail service. People can also take Line 117 bus service along Century Boulevard or Line 115 bus service along Manchester Boulevard.