Traffic patterns, parking to remain same for game

Normal traffic patterns and parking procedures will be in effect for LSU's football game against Tennessee on Monday night, and Tiger Transit buses will be running to the stadium as usual.

The only change in traffic procedures will be the absence of one-way traffic into the campus. Normally the flow of traffic on major in-bound routes is one-way only for football game days. But because the game is being played on a weekday and activity in the surrounding community must be accommodated, all roadways will be two-way traffic.

Most grass lots will be usable, though some may be restricted from use due to rain. Fans are encouraged to carpool.

Reserved parking pass holders in Lot O in front of the LSU Natatorium are advised that Lot O is being used for the Special Needs Shelter in the Carl Maddox Field House, so pass holders will be directed to Lot W.

Other game day notes:

The Tiger Transit bus system will run on Monday with the same schedule normally used on Saturday game days.

The LSU Athletics Ticket Office in the LSU Athletics Administration Building will open at 8 a.m. and will remain open until halftime of the game.

Fans entering the west side of Tiger Stadium can enter through any of three portals: Portal A on North Stadium Drive, or Portals B or C on South Stadium Drive.

Three elevators on the south bank of elevators will take fans to the west upper deck. Three elevators in the middle bank of elevators will take fans to the Stadium Club, and one elevator in the middle bank will take media to the press level.

The gates of the stadium will open at 4 p.m.; the Tiger Den Suites and Stadium Club will open at 3:30 p.m.; Portal C will open for Stadium Club fans at 3:30 p.m.

The Tiger Athletic Foundation will not hold its pre-game party for the Tennessee game only.

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