Traffic Pattern Changes for UC Football Games|
Sept. 19, 2007
CINCINNATI - Due to a large influx of traffic expected onto the University of Cincinnati campus for the football game with Marshall on Saturday, Sept. 22, several traffic pattern changes are being put in place to ensure the best experience for every patron and visitor on campus.
Beginning at 5:30 p.m., Corry Boulevard will become a one-way street into campus and open only to those fans who have passes for parking areas accessed by Corry. Corry will re-open for two-way traffic at 8 p.m.
For cars that need to exit one of the garages on the south end of campus adjacent to Corry between 5:30 and 8 p.m., they will need to use the following routes:
Any fans without passes will need to access cash parking on campus. Fans coming from I-75 or other areas to the west and north of campus will find cash parking in garages off of Martin Luther King Boulevard, including the Campus Green Garage and Woodside Drive Garage, as well as the Clifton Court Garage accessed off of Clifton Avenue. Fans coming from I-71 and areas from the east will find their best cash parking options off of Calhoun Street and Clifton Avenue, including the Calhoun Garage and the Clifton Court Garage. Visiting fans are being directed to park in Eden Avenue Garage, which is also an option for cash parking. That garage will have shuttle service onto West Campus. Handicapped parking will be in CCM Garage.
Fans traveling from West Virginia are encouraged to use the following directions:
Fans traveling 32W:
Fans traveling the AA Highway:
Take the AA Highway to I-275 East
I-275 East to I-471 North.
471 N to 71 N (Columbus) to Liberty Street Exit
At the light, take a Right onto Reading Road 42 North.
Travel north on Reading Road ~1.8 miles
Turn left onto Martin Luther King Blvd.
At the third traffic light turn Right onto Eden Ave.
Eden Garage will be straight ahead.
There will be some shuttle service available, giving priority to fans with special needs.
Fans traveling I-64 west:
Here are a few other tips from UC Public Safety to make sure your visit is both safe and enjoyable.
Items not allowed into Nippert Stadium:
Items that can be brought into Nippert Stadium but will be checked: Cameras, but please leave the bag in the car
Please note that any permitted bag or other items will be searched before being allowed into the stadium. Persons are subject to further search as required. Entry into the stadium is deemed consent.