Getting to and from the Orange County Convention Center couldn't be easier. Please select from the topics below to learn more about transportation services at the OCCC or call our Transportation Section at (407) 685-5856 for further information.
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Getting Here - Parking & Directions
The Orange County Convention Center operates three parking lots with accessible parking available. All spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis. To read more about Attendee Parking at the Orange County Convention Center, click here.
Depending on show management, valet parking may also be available for your event. Follow this link to read more about this service.
The Orange County Convention Center operates a number of DMS signs along International Drive, State Road 528, Universal and Westwood Boulevards and Convention Way. Programmed daily, the DMS signs direct attendees to the closest available event parking.
Taxis & Pedicabs
Taxis and pedicabs (also known as "rickshaws") are available for hire by attendees during show activity. Pedicab pick-up and drop-off areas will be well-marked and will vary based on show activity. For taxi service, there are three on-site hailing locations:
Taking an I-RIDE Trolley is one of the most convenient and least expensive ways to explore the International Drive Resort Area. Trolley stops are conveniently located in front of the West and North/South Buildings on I-Drive. Trolley passes are available for purchase at the OCCC Guest Services Desk. For maps and fare information, visit the I-RIDE Trolley website.
The area's public bus system - LYNX - has routes servicing the Orange County Convention Center with connections to the Orlando International Airport and Downtown Orlando. To plan your journey and obtain the latest fares, visit the LYNX website.
S.C.O.O.T. stands for Split Cycle Offset Optimization Technique. It is a dynamic, on-line, real-time method of signal control that continuously measures traffic demand on all the approaches to intersections in a network and optimizes the signal timings at each intersection to minimize delay and stops. S.C.O.O.T. is one of the many measures in place to ensure that attendees arrive to their shows on time, every time. To read more about S.C.O.O.T., please click here.