Getting Around Omaha
Whether it's getting to TD Ameritrade Park Omaha, a hot shopping spot, or a fun family outing, it's easy to get around in Omaha.
Omaha's street system is built on a grid with Dodge Street (Highway 6) as the main north/south dividing line. Numbered streets run north/south and start at the Missouri River on Omaha's east side. Addresses are identified by the number of blocks north or south of Dodge Street. For example, 2500 S. 48th would be approximately 48 blocks west of the river and about 25 blocks south of Dodge Street.
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Choose from a trio of transit options for a stress-free commute to and from the new ballpark. The Stadium Express operates from five suburban locations with free parking. The Stadium Circulator connects the stadium with downtown hotels, public parking, the Old Market and within walking distance to many attractions. The circulator will operate on 10-minute frequency before and after each game. Also, Metro has at least 12 regularly scheduled routes with bus stops within walking distance of the stadium. For one-way fare, hours of operation and additional information, please visit www.ometro.com or call (402) 341-0800 (voice); (402) 341-0807 (TDD). Note: Exact fare is required; bus drivers do not make change. The entire Metro fleet is ADA accessible.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car Providing Special Rates
Enterprise Rent-A-Car, the official rent-a-car company of the NCAA, is providing special rates for all fans traveling to NCAA competitions around the country. For more information, click here or call (866) 536-6222 for more information. Use the NCAA championship code NA08S11 to receive your special rate.