AUBURN, Ala. -- The Tiger Transit bus system has modified and added routes to its gameday plan for the three remaining Auburn home football games against Georgia, ULM and Alabama to more efficiently accommodate patrons attending the game.
Prior to the game, a transit stop has been added to the South Quad Parking Deck on Lem Morrison Drive, taking riders to the drop off at War Eagle Way.
Additionally, two buses for accessible patrons will be placed immediately outside to the stadium for direct post-game routes to VCOM/South Quad Parking Deck and Facilities Division. Two buses will be operating from each location on the east side near Gate 2, and the west side location near Gate 14. One bus on each side will make a direct return to the Facilities Division, while the other bus will make a run to VCOM/South Quad Parking Deck. Following the initial run from the stadium, the buses will return to their regular service routes at War Eagle Way.
Accessible golf cart service to from those gates War Eagle Way will still be available from the stadium, as in the past.
Tiger Transit service begins four hours prior to kick-off and concludes approximately 2 hours after the game has concluded. War Eagle Way serves as the main pick-up and drop-off location for Tiger Transit.
A limited number of complimentary accessible parking spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis at VCOM (on transit route), South Quad Deck (on transit route), Old Track (golf cart service available), CDV (golf cart service available) and West Thach (on transit route).