FREE Parking and Shuttle Service from UPMC Luna Garage, 5111 Baum Blvd, 15224…Saturday 2:00pm-9:00pm and Sunday 1:00pm-6:00pm. Drop off/pick up at Gross St. & Liberty. Parking courtesy of UPMC
FREE PARKING at lot (not garage) at Liberty & Winebiddle, Saturday 3:00pm-9:00pm and Sunday noon-6:00pm ONLY (unavailable at other times), compliments of Allegheny Health Network.
PAID PARKING at Garage at Liberty & Aspen
PAID PARKING at the Shur Save lot
PAID PARKING at the lot at 718 State Way
PAID PARKING at Cedarville & Taylor St. lots Thursday through Sunday
There are other free and paid parking spaces around the festival footprint.
Starting Wednesday, August 16 at 6:00pm PARKING SPOTS on Liberty from Ella St. to Gross St. will be closed, street will be open.
Saturday, August 19 8:00am until Sunday, August 20 8:00pm:
•Liberty Ave. will be closed from Taylor St. to Gross St.
Closed throughout the festival (Thursday, August 17 – Sunday, August 20):
• Saphire Way • Pearl St. – next to Citizen’s Bank from Liberty to Corday Way • Garnet Way • Cedarville St. – next to the Pleasure Bar from Liberty to Corday Way • State Way • Edmond St. – next to PNC from Liberty to Corday Way
Taylor St., Mathilda St. and Millvale Ave. will remain open
Detours will be clearly marked on street signage
Both ends of the festival will have parking for bikes. Locations are Liberty & Aspen and Liberty & Taylor. Bikes can be locked to the parking lot fence on Liberty Ave between Gross and Winebiddle.
On Thursday & Friday we strongly encourage cyclists to use the vehicle detours. If you choose to ride through Liberty Ave., you will have to share lanes with vehicles.
Liberty Ave. will be closed Saturday & Sunday.
Healthy Ride Bike Share has 3 stations in Bloomfield and Bike Pittsburgh has maps and other resources for cyclists.
Leave the car at home and take alternative transportation to the festival!
Uber is a great way to avoid the hassle of parking at Little Italy Days.
The Port Authority of Allegheny County has 5 convenient bus routes that run through Bloomfield.