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(Nov. 26, 2013) -- UTSA and the Alamodome released the following information for fans planning to attend the football game between the Roadrunners and Louisiana Tech at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 30.

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TRAFFIC
Due to ongoing road construction, heavy traffic congestion is anticipated in the Alamodome and Downtown areas. Fans are strongly advised to arrive at least one (1) hour prior to game time.

>> View a map to help guide you around construction near the Alamodome.

PARKING
All Alamodome parking lots are SOLD OUT. Alamodome Lots A, B and C will open at 8 a.m. for those who have Alamodome parking lot passes. Please do NOT enter the lots prior to 8 a.m. or staff will ask you to vacate your spot(s) and re-enter once the lots are open. A limited number of disabled parking spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Additional parking options are available in private lots or downtown parking garages.

>> For more information on downtown parking, visit the City of San Antonio website.

PARK-AND-RIDE
Beginning at noon, VIA will offer Park-and-Ride buses from four (4) convenient locations:

  • UTSA Main Campus -- parking lots BK1 and BK2 (next to Convocation Center and Rec Center)
  • San Antonio International Airport (enter through Northern Blvd.)
  • Crossroads Park & Ride (near I-10 & Loop 410 interchange on northwest side)
  • Madla Transit Center (I-35 South & Cantrell Dr.)

The last bus departs to the game at 2:30 p.m. The last returning bus from the Alamodome will leave 45 minutes following the end of the game.

Special event tokens from any VIA location will cost $2.50 one way ($5 round trip). UTSA students may purchase tokens at a rate of $1.25 each way ($2.50 round trip).

Additionally, VIA’s 100 Primo Route provides service between the UTSA Downtown Campus and the Alamodome from the VIA stop on Buena Vista. In addition, the VIA UTSA Downtown Campus Alamodome Express provides service from a stop on Buena Vista at lot D-1. Both services run approximately every 10 minutes. The cost of this route is $1.20 each way with a UTSA student discount rate of 50 percent off.

Parking is available in any unmarked space in the UTSA Downtown Campus Lots D1, D2, D3 and D4 under I-35.

>> For more information, visit the VIA Info website.

LOT A EGRESS
The new egress plan for fans who have a parking pass for Lot A at the Alamodome will be in effect. After the game is over, traffic exiting Lot A onto the I-37 Frontage Road will be directed left toward westbound Cesar Chavez Boulevard or southbound I-37. This new exit route will be in effect for at least two hours following the game.

TICKETS
Tickets are available and may be purchased by calling 210-458-UTSA (8872) or by visiting the UTSA Athletics website. On Saturday, the Alamodome Box Office windows will open at noon. Doors open to the public at 1 p.m.

>> For more information, visit the UTSA Football Game Day website.

 

 

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