The two fixed-route services that stop closest to the venue are Local Bus and METRORail. All METRO-owned transit vehicles and all METRORail platforms are accessible under the standards
of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
METRO also operates a paratransit service (METROLift). If you meet the eligibility requirements and have already been approved as a METROLift customer, you can book a ride to and from the event
just as you would book any other trip on the service.
Local bus routes that stop at or near NRG Stadium:
- 14 Hiram Clarke
- 60 Cambridge
- 84 Buffalo Speedway
METRO operates three light rail lines in and around downtown Houston.
The Red Line travels along Main Street through downtown Houston, providing access to NRG Stadium at the Stadium Park / Astrodome station along the southern end of the line. It operates every 6 minutes on weekdays and every 12 minutes on weekends.
The Green Line travels through downtown Houston, the Theater District, EaDo (East Downtown) and the Second Ward, providing access to the George R. Brown Convention Center and Discovery Green. It operates every 12 minutes on weekdays and every 18 minutes on weekends.
The Purple Line travels through downtown Houston, the Theater District and the Third Ward (southeast of downtown), providing access to the George R. Brown Convention Center, Discovery Green, Texas Southern University and the University of Houston. It operates every 12 minutes on weekdays and every 18 minutes on weekends.
NRG Stadium is accessed from the Stadium Park / Astrodome station along
the METRORail Red Line.
So if you’re coming from EaDo or the Third Ward area, you’ll need to transfer to and from the Red Line as follows:
Going to NRG Stadium:
Green and Purple Line riders exit Central Station Rusk and transfer to the Red Line at Central Station Main (on Main Street between Capitol and Rusk).
Coming home from NRG Stadium on the Red Line:
Red Line riders exit Central Station Main and transfer to the Green or Purple Line at Central Station Rusk (on Rusk Street between Fannin and San Jacinto).