Click Here to view the 2014 Gameday Parking Map
Click Here to view the 2014 Parking for People with Disabilities map
Fans and visitors agree that the University of Alabama campus is one of the most beautiful in the country. UA has undertaken extensive landscaping projects on the major public areas of the campus. Over the summer, Hackberry Lane has been targeted for beautification. Fans returning in September will note we have added bollards to the area in front of the new Hackberry Park as well as the Fresh Foods location at the corner of Hackberry Lane and Margaret Drive. Please refrain from parking in these areas. Tailgating tents are welcomed.
RESERVED AREAS ON THE QUAD
Fans coming back to games this season will notice the expanded and renovated Ferguson Center as well as the Crimson Promenade. In an order to protect this new and improved area and keep it in pristine conditions for the future, we will be instituting some new guidelines for tailgating in that area. Starting in the 2014 season, no vehicles or trailers will be allowed to enter or park on the Promenade area. Fans are still more than welcome to set up pop-up tents and picnic in the area, as you will be able to drop off and pick up just like you have previously.
RESERVE TAILGATE SPACES ON THE QUAD
All reserved tailgating spaces are reserved through Gameday Tents. Click Here to visit their website and learn more!
RESERVE TAILGATE SPACES AT PRESIDENTIAL PARK
Presidential Park is another reserved tailgating area on the campus of the University of Alabama. This location is only 400 yards from Bryant-Denny Stadium and a great place to enjoy your Gameday tailgate off of the Quad. For availability and pricing information, Click Here or contact 205-535-4647
POST GAME POWER SHUT DOWN
Power will be cut off at a specific time following each game:
- Evening - 1.5 hours after the game
- Afternoon - 3 hours after the game or 10 p.m. (whichever is first)
- Morning - 3 hours after the game
Click Here to see the 2014 Pre-game Traffic Map.
Click Here to see the 2014 Post-game Traffic Map.
Click Here to view printable directions of the Gameday Traffic Routes.
ROADWORK ON I-20/59
If you will be traveling to Tuscaloosa using I-20/59 W, you may notice roadwork around Exit 79. In an attempt to improve the traffic on I-20/59, the Alabama Department of Transportation is adding an additional lane to each side of the interstate. There will be two lanes open in each direction with reduced speed limits in each direction. In addition to the interstate roadwork, US Highway 11 will also be undergoing a widening and will be down to one lane in each direction around the Exit 79 interchange.
ROADWORK ON I-359
If you make use of I-359 to access the campus on Gamedays you might notice a resurfacing project going on from I-20/59 until 15th Street. On Gamedays there could be one to two lanes closed heading Northbound while all three lanes will be open southbound.
Click Here for a map of these Roadwork Areas.
Renewal E-mails have now gone out! Please check your e-mail for complete instructions.
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