Football season is finally here! Rail Life will be at the game and will probably be riding the Light Rail Express. (Please follow us on Twitter)
Our friends at ASU Parking and Transportation just put out an email that might be a great reminder about road conditions. The first game of the season can sometimes catch us by surprise. Speaking of "catching by surprise," we need to get to the game and be loud, rowdy, fun, excited etc etc.. There is no reason to overlook any team and Rudy and the guys need to kick some serious Lumberjack tail.
Here's the scoop on the roads.
"Several streets around the Tempe campus will be closed on Saturday for the ASU football game against Northern Arizona at 7 p.m.
The following streets will be closed two hours prior to kick-off until the start of the game:
Veterans Way in both directions between Sixth Street and College Avenue
Westbound Rio Salado Parkway at McClintock Drive
The following streets will be closed two hours prior to kick-off until one hour after the game ends:
Eastbound Rio Salado Parkway between Ash and Mill Avenues
Fifth Street in both directions between Farmer Avenue and Priest Drive. Local traffic will be permitted
Ash and Maple Avenues in both directions at University Drive. Local traffic will be permitted and right turns will be permitted from southbound Ash Avenue to westbound University Drive
10th Street in both directions at Mill Avenue. Local traffic will be permitted
The following streets will be closed from the start of the third quarter until one hour after the game ends:
Southbound Scottsdale Road/Rural Road between Curry Road and Rio Salado Parkway
Eastbound Gilbert Drive between Scottsdale Road and College Avenue
Westbound Rio Salado Parkway between Karsten Golf Course and McClintock Drive
Westbound University Drive between Rural Road and McClintock Drive
Northbound Rural Road between Rio Salado Parkway and University Drive
Eastbound Loop 202 off-ramp onto Scottsdale Road
Parking and Transit Services has no further information on these restrictions. PTS does not close or restrict City of Tempe streets; PTS relays traffic notices to our customers so they can better plan their travels around the Tempe campus. For more information on these street closures, including additional restrictions and bus detours, please visit http://www.tempe.gov/streetclosures/."
btw.. anyone know what game I shot this pic at? 🙂
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