FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 13, 2018
Contact: Justin Clay
Parking Management Division
$5 Game Day Parking and Free Razorback Shuttle To/From Dickson Street
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.— Fayetteville Parking Management and Razorback Transit are collaborating again this year on transit for Razorback games. Football fans are invited to park in the City’s Spring Street Deck for $5 and then hop on a FREE University of Arkansas shuttle to/from the stadium.
The University of Arkansas encourages people to check out Football Game Day Fan Information online or download the Fan Guide and review the bag policy, permitted/prohibited items, and pre/post game traffic flow.
The Razorbacks will be taking on North Texas this Saturday. Drivers can enter the Spring Street Municipal Parking Deck between the hours of 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. for a flat fee of $5.00 (cash only) on Saturday, September 15. This special game day rate ensures parking through 2 p.m. on Sunday.
The Spring Street Parking Deck is located on W. Spring Street, between N. West Avenue and N. School Avenue, behind the Walton Arts Center. Vehicle entrances are located on N. School Avenue and on W. Spring Street. More than 1,700 additional public parking spaces are available throughout the Dickson Street Entertainment District at both hourly and daily rates.
Fans can hop on a University shuttle and ride for free to and from the game. A shuttle stop is located one block from the parking deck at the southeast corner of Dickson Street and West Avenue. Shuttles will stop in the passenger loading zone on the north side of the Walton Arts Center and drop off near Gate 1 of Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. After the game, passengers can board the shuttle at the Gate 1 location and return to Dickson Street. Shuttle service begins at 11 a.m. and will end when the stadium is cleared – approximately one (1) hour after the game ends. In the event the stadium is cleared prior to the estimated time, shuttle service will end to allow normal traffic conditions to resume as quickly as possible. The University’s shuttle ride may take 20 minutes or more, depending on traffic volume. Wait times increase during the two hours prior to kick-off. Anyone may access the University’s game day shuttle buses for free. Information about game day shuttle service can be viewed online and a route map can be downloaded here.
To learn more about available public parking in the City of Fayetteville’s downtown and entertainment districts, please visit the City’s website.