UA game day parking, transportation information - Tucson News Now

UA game day parking, transportation information

(Source: University of Arizona) (Source: University of Arizona)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - The University of Arizona Wildcats open the 2014 football season tonight with a game against Nevada-Las Vegas at Arizona Stadium.

Sun Tran Gameday Charters are no longer available, so parking may be at a premium.

With that in mind, we have provided this link to the University of Arizona's printable football parking map:

https://parking.arizona.edu/parking/documents/Game_Day_Map_20140813142.pdf 

Cat Tran shuttles will be available from the Park Ave. Garage.

For more parking and transportation information from the University of Arizona, click here:

https://parking.arizona.edu/parking/football.php 

Sun Tran and the Sun Link streetcar provide several routes to the area. More information about that can be found here:

http://suntran.com/pdf/news/14_Aug_21_UaFootballTransit.pdf 


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