PARKING UPDATES FOR SUNDAY, JANUARY 20TH PATRIOTS PLAYOFF GAME VS. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS
With Patriot Place retail outlets now open to the public, free parking for retail customers is available at Patriot Place even on game days.
Access to Patriot Place retailers is through the P9 entrance and is for retail use only. THERE IS NO GAME PARKING VIA P9.
RETAIL PATRONS WILL HAVE AT LEAST TWO HOURS OF FREE PARKING ON GAME DAYS, and will receive a parking ticket with stamped arrival time upon entry.
Retail patrons will also receive a summary of parking regulations upon arrival. As a deterrent to game attendees taking advantage of retail parking, VIOLATION OF THESE PARKING GUIDELINES WILL RESULT IN A SUBSTANTIAL FEE OF $150, assessed when exiting the lot, with no exceptions. Lost or damaged parking tickets are subject to the parking fee of $150 and parking attendants are prohibited from waiving violations.
After 11a.m. retail traffic is encouraged to approach the P9 entrance from the south (from 495) to ensure quicker access to this lot.
Lots open at 11a.m. All parking entrances that have been open this season remain open for Sunday. Additionally, the P11 lot has been expanded with enhanced access to and from Route 1 for patrons arriving from the south. All buses and RVs arriving from the south will now be directed to P11 and not to P10.
ALL FANS ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO PARK IN P10. P10 will allow more time to tailgate before the game and save time exiting.
Patrons arriving from the south must decide on which side of Route 1 to park prior to the Pine Street intersection (near the Seasonal Specialty Stores and The Lafayette House). To park on the recommended side of Route 1 (P10 or P11), stay to the left of the median. To park on the stadium side of Route 1, stay to the right (P8 or P7).
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TRAVELING BY TRAIN
Tickets are $12 for the round trip and may be purchased for cash only. No other Commuter Rail tickets or passes may be used. Coolers and backpacks will not be allowed on the trains. No personal possessions may be left on the trains. Trains will depart Foxboro 30 minutes after the conclusion of the game. For more information about attending Patriots games via MBTA, log onto their site at www.mbta.com, or call 617-222-3200 or the ticket office info line at (800) 543-1776.
MBTA Schedule for January 20, 2008
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