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Tiger Stadium Disabled Patron Parking

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Tiger Stadium Disabled Patron Parking

Free Disabled Patron Parking

Free Gameday disabled parking is located at Lot 409 on Gourrier Lane. There are a limited number of spaces available. This area is available on a first come, first served basis beginning at 7 a.m. on game days. The lot is accessible by presenting a valid state issued disabled parking permit and/or valid disabled driver’s license to the traffic officers on site. The disabled individual must be in the vehicle when entering the lot. Shuttle service will start four (4) hours prior to kickoff for games scheduled after Noon. For games scheduled at or before Noon shuttle service will start three hours before kickoff. Pickup location will be in the Lot 409. The drop off location and post-game pickup will be on South Stadium Drive on the west side of Tiger Stadium. Shuttles will be available throughout the game for return service to Lot 409 and available 90 minutes after the game. A shuttle pass will be issued to all individuals in a vehicle accessing Lot 409 with handicap identification. The shuttle pass will be required to ride the shuttle.

Paid Disabled Patron Parking

Paid Disabled Patron Parking is sold out. Persons interested in purchasing a paid reserved parking permit can register for a waiting list at under “Tickets”. Reserved disabled patron parking permits cost $300 for the entire season and may require a Tradition Fund contribution. To purchase a season disabled patron-parking permit, you must have a state issued disabled parking permit or letter from your doctor stating the reason you need to park near the stadium, and a valid ID. Contact the LSU Athletics Ticket Office at (225) 578-2184 for more information. Passes are not transferable. The disabled individual must be in the vehicle when entering the lot.

Best Traffic Routes to and from Tiger Stadium

City Police and LSU Police have listed the best traffic routes for motorists driving to Tiger Stadium for LSU football games. To report traffic problems, call LSU Police at (225) 578-3231. Click here for an interactive parking map with directions for each parking lot.

Approaching Campus

From the North
If approaching the stadium from the north, use either River Road, Nicholson Drive, Highland Road or Dalrymple Drive. From these routes, parking will be available north of the stadium, on Nicholson Drive near the Carl Maddox Fieldhouse, at Kirby Smith Residence Hall lots off Aster and Roosevelt Streets, or at the Pleasant Hall lots on Dalrymple Drive.

From the East or South
If approaching the stadium from east or south, use either College Drive, Acadian/Stanford exit, Highland Road or Burbank Drive and Nicholson Drive. Parking for those using these routes is available on Gourrier Lane south of the stadium, off River Road near the Mississippi River and or additional lots east of the stadium in the vicinity of the John M. Parker Coliseum.

From South on Nicholson/Burbank
Fans coming from the south on Nicholson Drive or Burbank Drive will be routed to Gourrier Lane, then to River Road.

One-Way Traffic to Stadium
(90 minutes prior to kickoff)
Approximately 90 minutes prior to kickoff, police will direct one-way traffic only toward Tiger Stadium on Highland Road from Lee Drive, on West Lakeshore Drive from Stanford, on Nicholson Drive Extension from Parker Boulevard and on Dalrymple Drive from the I-10 overpass.

Exiting Campus

Going South
After the game, southbound traffic from the stadium will be directed onto Nicholson Drive or to River Road. Nicholson Drive will turn into a one-lane roadway south bound until Bluebonnet Boulevard. Nicholson Drive at Bluebonnet Boulevard will return to normal two way traffic flow going south. Fans who are traveling in the left lane of Nicholson Drive will be directed to turn onto Bluebonnet Boulevard and fans traveling in the right lane of Nicholson Drive will be directed to continue straight (southbound).

Going North
fter the game, northbound traffic west of Tiger Stadium will be directed onto Nicholson Drive or to River Road. Northbound traffic east of Tiger Stadium will be directed onto Highland Road.

Fans are encouraged to view the LSU Football Parking Map for best routes off campus.