The LSU athletic department is encouraging football fans to arrive on campus early Saturday to access game-to-game paid parking lots.
LSU’s opponent is Florida.
Parking lots west of Highland Road, north of Nicholson Drive Extension and south of Chimes Street require a single-game parking permit that costs $40 for vehicles and $50 for utility trailers, according to LSU’s athletic department website.
Fans trying to access those parking areas may be routed to free parking areas when they arrive closer to kickoff time, even if spaces are still available in the paid parking areas, the release says.
If fans do arrive close to kickoff and want to access the paid parking areas, they are encouraged to take Stanford Avenue to South Stadium Drive, the release says. Fans who arrive on campus early should not see these traffic restrictions, the release says.
The Capital Area Transit System will also run two transit systems — Touchdown Express and Trolley Rouge — on Saturday between downtown and the campus, according to a CATS news release.