With the first home game of the ASU Football season Boone will once again see major influx of traffic this weekened.
Here are some items once the game is over via TailgateattheRock.com
“Postgame egress for fans and cars coming from the lots around Kidd Brewer Stadium was modified prior to the 2010 season due to safety concerns.
• When the game has completed, NC Highway Patrol and ASU Parking and Traffic will hold all the traffic from the lots on Stadium Drive to allow the majority of the pedestrian traffic to clear the stadium area safely without moving vehicles out of the lots.
• After 15 minutes, the NC Highway Patrol will clear stadium drive of all pedestrians and then open all lots around the stadium for vehicle egress.
• The reasons for holding the vehicles in lots around the stadium are two-fold: First, holding the vehicles in the lots will allow the pedestrian traffic to clear the lots and areas around the stadium, which reduces the risk of car and pedestrian accidents. Secondly, there is a strong feeling that this will expedite traffic flow out of the Stadium lots once the significantly reduced. This is an approach used successfully at NASCAR events and other venues.
• Like it does for many other projects and initiatives, ASU athletics will conduct a review of traffic, pedestrian and other game day issues after each game and adjust accordingly. Traffic will be stopped up to 15 minutes postgame. Please take this opportunity to grab a sandwich and enjoy your tailgating spot and your fellow Yosef members and listen to the “Skyline/Skybest 5th Quarter” postgame show with David Jackson and crew on 97.3 FM or AM 1450.
In an effort to alleviate postgame traffic concerns and improve pedestrian safety for all fans, no cars will be allowed up Stadium Drive and into the Justice or Stadium parking lots until up to one hour after the lots have cleared. We will monitor the situation weekly and make any necessary adjustments.”
More parking and traffic info can be found at www.TailgateattheRock.com