2019 World Series Street Closures

Traffic Information

The following streets surrounding Minute Maid Park will be closed beginning at 3 p.m. for the 2019 World Series home games on Tuesday, Oct. 22, and Wednesday, Oct. 23:

  • Congress between LaBranch and Chartres
  • Crawford between Franklin and Capitol
  • Texas between LaBranch and Chartres
  • Hamilton between Franklin and Capitol
  • Chenevert between Franklin and Congress
  • Jackson between Franklin and Congress
  • Jackson between Texas and Capitol
  • Avenida de las Americas between Texas and Capitol
  • Chenevert between Texas and Capitol
  • Preston between LaBranch and Crawford
  • Preston between Hamilton and Chartres
View Houston Public Work’s interactive map of street closures and detours here: http://bit.ly/2019GoStros

Parking

The Houston Police Department encourages game attendees to arrive early and be aware of no parking signs surrounding the stadium. In an effort to reduce traffic around Minute Maid Park, METRO is encouraging fans to use the light rail to get to the stadium by offering free rides to World Series ticket holders.
Ride share and taxi service drop-off and pick-up will also be located at La Branch and Preston.

Safety & Security

Please drink responsibly: appoint a designated driver or utilize a ride-share service, taxi, or public transit if you plan on drinking and traveling the night of the game.
If you See Something, Say Something™: It’s important to be aware of your surroundings and report suspicious activity to law enforcement.
If you see something that looks out of place, and might risk public safety, contact the nearest law enforcement officer or call the iWatch Houston Hotline at 1-855-iWatch4 (492-8244), or make a report at iwatchhouston.org. If you see something that you believe to be a life-threatening emergency, call 9-1-1.
For a list of things to look for, visit iwatchhouston.org

Stay Informed

For up-to-date traffic information, visit traffic.houstontranstar.org and follow @HoustonTranStar and @TXDOTHouston on Twitter. Follow the Houston Police Department @HoustonPolice for World Series traffic and public safety updates.