Press Release issued by USGA:
Liberty Corner, N.J. (May 31, 2023) – In preparation for the 2023 U.S. Open Championship, the United States Golf Association (USGA), in conjunction with the cities of Los Angeles and Beverly Hills, unveiled a comprehensive parking and transportation plan to ensure the safe and efficient movement of traffic and pedestrians during the championship, scheduled for June 12-18 at The Los Angeles (Calif.) Country Club.
The transportation system will use designated parking lots in Century City and at UCLA to help ensure that fans experience stress-free travel to and from The Los Angeles Country Club, which is set to host its first U.S. Open Championship. The traffic management plan is also designed to minimize the impact of the event on local residents and commuters. Local traffic representatives from Los Angeles Police Department, Los Angeles Department of Transportation, LA METRO and Beverly Hills Police Department have been involved in a 15-month planning process with the USGA that has resulted in the following:
General Parking Available for Purchase
Fans traveling to the Championship by car will need to purchase parking in advance of the championship. These parking lots are located in Century City and within walking distance of The Los Angeles Country Club. Limited parking passes remain available but are expected to sell out. Please visit usopen.com and navigate to the Fan Info and Parking & Transportation section to purchase parking. Lot locations are as follows:
- 10100 Santa Monica Boulevard Parking Garage (10100 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90067)
- Westfield Century City (10250 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90067)
All other parking is by permit only. Parking restrictions surrounding the championship grounds will be closely monitored and enforced. Vehicles that are parked illegally will be subject to ticketing, fines and towing. Detailed information regarding travel restrictions can be found on the City of Los Angeles’ website at https://unifiedla.lacity.org/.
Accessible parking spaces will be available at all championship parking lots for vehicles displaying the appropriate HP/DP license plates or placards. Individuals requiring lift-equipped transportation are encouraged to contact the USGA Admissions Department at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Ride Share & Bicycles
Fans traveling to The Los Angeles Country Club are encouraged to take ride share services to Beverly Hills High School, accessible via S. Moreno Drive in Beverly Hills. Ride share services will be subject to following the commuter detour routing and traffic patterns enforced on the local roadways surrounding The Los Angeles Country Club. From Beverly Hills High School fans should be prepared for a .6 mile walk to the nearest championship admission gate. All fans must enter the championship grounds from admission gates located off of Santa Monica Blvd. THERE ARE NO ADMISSION GATES ACCESSIBLE BY FANS ALONG WILSHIRE BLVD.
There is no parking or staging for vehicles at the Ride Share location, so please coordinate pick-up times accordingly. Access to ride share is limited to vehicles no larger than a 12-passenger van or limousine. Due to area traffic restrictions, ride share vehicles will not be permitted to pick-up or drop-off at any other location around the championship grounds. Fans who wish to ride their bicycle to the Championship will be able to do so by following the bicycle signage plan and traffic pattern guidelines. Bike racks will be provided at Westfield Century City and Holmby Park to secure bikes. Owners will be responsible for the security of their bicycles.
Road Restrictions, Alternate Commuter Routing & Traffic Impacts
From Monday, June 12 through Sunday, June 18, local residents and through traffic are encouraged to adjust travel around peak U.S. Open arrival and departure times (7-11 a.m. and 4-8 p.m.) in the vicinity of The Los Angeles Country Club. Shuttle and vehicular traffic is expected to be heavy along the primary routes in and around The Los Angeles Country Club during these times.
In support of the championship’s public safety plan, 24-hour road detours will take place in the immediate vicinity of The Los Angles Country Club beginning Sunday, June 11 at 5 a.m. and lasting through Monday, June 19. The below roads will be closed to commuter through traffic. Only residents displaying the appropriate parking hangtag, championship vehicles and service vehicles will be permitted through the checkpoints.
- Comstock Avenue– Between S. Beverly Glen Blvd. and Wilshire Blvd. intersections
- Club View Drive – Between S. Beverly Glen Blvd., Mapleton Dr. and Comstock Ave. intersections.
In addition, traffic lane curb closures will be in place on eastbound Wilshire Boulevard (between Comstock Avenue and Merv Griffin Way) and on westbound Santa Monica Boulevard (between Merv Griffin Way and Club View Drive) to support championship parking and shuttle traffic. LADOT Traffic Officers and LAPD Motor Units will be deployed in the surrounding area to assist with managing traffic for all vehicles.
Potential delays due to championship traffic can be expected along the following routes during peak arrival and departure times:
- Avenue of the Stars
- Century Park East
- Merv Griffin Way
- Santa Monica Boulevard
- Whittier Drive
- Wilshire Boulevard
To avoid additional congestion, local residents and area commuters are encouraged to utilize Sunset Boulevard and Olympic Boulevard when traveling eastbound/westbound and Beverly Glen Boulevard when traveling northbound/southbound.
For more information on the 2023 U.S. Open and for regular transportation updates, visit usopen.com.
The City's Special Events Office and City Hotline will be available to answer any questions or concerns on the following dates:
Special Events: 310-285-2408
Monday, June 12th - Friday, June 16th from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
City Hotline: 310-550-4680
Sunday, June 18th from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.