TRAFFIC UPDATE: Arrive Early for Penn State Game

    Go Hoosiers! Fans are encouraged to arrive early for Saturday's noon kickoff vs. Penn State.
    Go Hoosiers!
    Fans are encouraged to arrive early for Saturday's noon kickoff vs. Penn State.
    Go Hoosiers!

    Sept. 29, 2011

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The Indiana University football team hosts Penn State this Saturday at Noon ET at Memorial Stadium. To accommodate an early arriving crowd, parking lots around the stadium will open at 7 a.m. ET. Fans are again encouraged to ARRIVE EARLY and utilize alternative routes to remaining home games at Memorial Stadium to continue to avoid traffic challenges.

    Fans heeding advice to arrive early and use alternative routes to avoid traffic problems, coupled with efforts by IU Athletics, local law enforcement, the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT), and its contractors to limit traffic congestion proved very successful for the first two home games, but road construction in and around Bloomington will remain a potential challenge for those driving on game days throughout the rest of the season.

    "We can't thank fans enough for arriving early and using alternative routes to alleviate traffic problems," said Indiana University Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Fred Glass. "We are very excited to open the Big Ten schedule against Penn State, and it looks to be another beautiful football Saturday in Bloomington. We encourage fans to continue to arrive early, use alternative routes, and avoid traffic jams for the rest of the season."

    Early arriving fans can tailgate (and enjoy the extra 50 port-o-lets in and around Memorial Stadium), visit Bloomington's restaurants and taverns, or take in an event on campus. View list of game day activities on the IU Bloomington Campus this Saturday.

    Fans are encouraged to ARRIVE EARLY and consult the game day traffic page.

    For up-to-date information on football game-day traffic and parking options, go to, or get game-day traffic updates on Twitter @IUTraffic.




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