Parking And Traffic
Gameday Parking Rules & Regulations
No parking is allowed on the roadway, bike paths, and sidewalks.
For pedestrian safety the Mell Street corridor, bound by the intersections of Thach and College, Mell and Samford, and Miller and College will close to all vehicular traffic approximately two to four hours prior to kickoff. To improve safety, parking and post game exiting, game day guests will ONLY be allowed to acccess parking in the Mell Street corridor from College Street via Roosevelt Drive. Guests parking south of Roosevelt Drive will be required to park facing south and guests parking north of Roosevelt Drive will be required to park facing north.
Vehicles are not allowed inside areas enclosed by bollards, posts, chains or fences. Cars in these areas or those found blocking roadways, sidewalks, emergency lanes, fire hydrants, driveways or other vehicles are subject to being towed at the owner's expense.
Non-university golf carts and all-terrain vehicles are not allowed on campus.
All streets must remain open to traffic and emergency vehicles, except those that are blocked by law-enforcement barricades surrounding Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Reserved parking is available for each game, while supplies last, in the following lots:
Click here to reserve.
Disabled parking is available on game day. To park in the designated disabled parking area, fans will need a state-issued hang tag or license plate. For up-to-date game day parking information visit www.aubgameday.com
RV PARKING INFORMATION
RVs arriving prior to their designated time may park in the large grass parking areas located at the corner of Donahue Drive and Lem Morrison Drive, beginning at 2 p.m. on Thursday. RVs must leave campus by 4 p.m. on Sundays.
No-RV zones remain in effect in the core area of campus and other sites. Please refer to the Game Day Map in this guide to determine which areas are designated No-RV zones.
In order to minimize dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning caused by engine exhausts from RVs, trailers or portable generators, owners should ensure that engines are properly vented. Always park in a manner that ensures adequate space between vehicles. Install carbon monoxide detectors if possible.
Solicitation on the Auburn University campus, without the express written consent of Auburn University or it's agents, is strictly prohibited.
Mass Transit Vehicle Parking Information
Free parking for mass transit vehicles (buses, limos, taxis, etc.) is available in the hayfields on South Donahue near Woodfield Drive. No mass transit vehicles may enter the barricaded areas in and around campus without proper credentials.
MASS TRANSIT DROP-OFF/PICK-UP
Each game day, outside entities wishing to provide mass transportation to campus will be given the opportunity to provide a service to their patrons and guests. All outside entities interested in utilizing the mass transit drop-off and pick-up location must pre-register with Auburn University and provide all appropriate documentation regarding their vehicles and drivers. Following clearance, approved entities will be provided a drop-off and pick-up pass. Each approved entity will be provided and expected to follow Auburn University provided routes. To register, please visit www.AAAParking.com.
Street parking on Samford Avenue, from College Street to Shug Jordan Parkway is prohibited. The prohibition includes the roadway, bike paths, and sidewalks.
Street parking on West Magnolia Avenue, from Donahue Drive to Wire Road is prohibited. The prohibition includes the roadway, bike paths and sidewalks.
SAMFORD AVENUE EXTENSION
East of the campus, Samford Avenue has been extended to intersect with Glenn Avenue. While traveling east on Samford Avenue, fans may now cross East University Drive, continuing on Samford Avenue to Glenn Avenue. Glenn Avenue leads to easy access to I-85 via Bent Creek Road (EXIT 57).
MELL STREET CORRIDOR
The Mell Street corridor, bound by the intersections of Thach and College, Mell and Samford, and Miller and College will close to all vehicular traffic approximately four hours prior to kickoff. To improve safety, parking and post-game exiting, game day guests will ONLY be allowed to access parking in the Mell Street corridor from College Street via Roosevelt Drive. Guests parking south of Roosevelt Drive will be required to park facing south and guests parking north of Roosevelt Drive will be required to park facing north.
HAYFIELDS OPEN ON THURSDAY
The hayfields on Donahue Drive will open for free, public RV parking at 2 p.m. on Thursdays prior to home games. The hayfields close at 4 p.m. on Sundays following each home game.
WAR EAGLE WAY
All game day Tiger Transit shuttles will drop-off and pick-up on campus on War Eagle Way, immediately north of the Nichols Center. Shuttles will no longer use the Biggio Drive turnaround behind the Coliseum.