With ESPN bringing its GameDay show to Bronco
is taking steps to ensure the smoothest possible situation for fans flocking to
In addition to
football, there are tennis, gymnastics, soccer and speech and debate events
going on Saturday at
This makes for a
logistical parking nightmare. Fans
are strongly encouraged to carpool with friends to cut down on the traffic and
ESPN will set up
its broadcast table on the west side of the Blue Turf in Bronco Stadium between
the logo and the sideline. The west
side of Bronco Stadium (both lower and upper decks) will be open for seating.
If the west side is filled to capacity, the south end zone and east sides
may be opened.
is free. The gates will open at 5:30 a.m. Taping and rehearsals begin at 6 a.m.
and the live show begins at 7 a.m. College GameDay is broadcast every Saturday
morning, beginning at 7 a.m. MT on ESPNU and 8 a.m. MT on ESPN, hosted live by
Chris Fowler. Analysts include Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit and Desmond Howard,
while Erin Andrews anchors segments in the first hour and contributes in the
other two hours.
Because of the
Women's Fitness Run, the following roads will be closed Saturday morning:
A major portion of
Crescent Rim will be closed from
The Downtown area surrounding
The portions of
Emerald Street will be closed from
People will need
to avoid those areas during those times.
BAA Parking Permit
If you have
purchased a reserved spot in the stadium parking lot, that permit will get you
into the stadium. Those spots are
reserved for those people who have purchased parking spaces and those who need
handicapped access. Bronco Stadium
will be open to those people only beginning at
Stadium lot will not be open from
Bronco Circle and
Lots (available at
Administration Parking Lot: $10 per space, accessible shuttle
provided two hours prior to the game and one hour after the game.
Brady Parking Garage: $5 per space, offered at a reduced rate to assist with
community events, accessible shuttle provided two hours prior to the game and
one hour after the game.
Parkcenter Lot: Located at
You will not have to pay the game parking fee for the above lots if you
leave and come back later for the game. However,
once you leave you give up your parking space and you may not be able to get in
Fans can park at
the Downtown Boise parking garages and take a shuttle into the stadium for the
football game. This service is not available for the GameDay event.
Cost of parking is $5 if you have a football game ticket and shuttle
rides are free.
every 15 minutes beginning at
Saturday and will operate until one
hour after the game ends. Shuttles
stop at the following lots:
* 8th &
* 8th & Broad
* Grove & 6th
* 9th between Main
* 8th &
A bicycle storage
facility will be available near Christ Chapel. The grass near the greenbelt will
be fenced off (area holds 100 bicycles). This facility will be open to the
public; no fee will be charged, but donations will be accepted. There will be
valet parking and you will need to retain your ticket for your bicycle.
Parking at the
Vehicles cannot be parked along portions of
Vehicles cannot be parked longer than 24 hours.
No parking is allowed within 30 feet of a stop sign or 20
feet from an intersection.
No parking is allowed in alleyways, driveways or vacant
All vehicles must be closer than 18 inches from the curb.