Coliseum Parking For USC-Notre Dame Game Will Be Limited
Nov. 27, 2002
LOS ANGELES-Because this Saturday's (Nov. 30) USC-Notre Dame game is sold out, parking in the public lots around the Coliseum will be limited.
Once the Coliseum lots are full, cars will be redirected to the USC campus, the USC Parking Center (just east of the Harbor Freeway at Jefferson Blvd.) and the Shrine Auditorium lots.
Additionally, USC and the Coliseum have arranged for parking at the Convention Center's South Hall and Venice parking structures (on Figueroa between Venice and Pico), at a cost of $10. Free shuttles will begin running at noon from Figueroa and Pico and will drop passengers at Figueroa and Exposition, just north of the Coliseum. After the game, the shuttles will run back to the Convention Center until midnight.
There are limited RV spots still available at the Coliseum's Lot 2 (on Vermont between Exposition and King) on a first come basis.
All 92,000 seats for the game between No. 6 USC and No. 7 Notre Dame have been sold, so ticketholders are encouraged to arrive early. Coliseum gates will open at 3 p.m., 2 hours before the 5 p.m. kickoff, and fans can enter through any gate. No large bags, backpacks, coolers, umbrellas, video cameras or large objects will be allowed in the stadium due to security precautions.
Adding to the crowd, the USC men's basketball team hosts Morris Brown in the Sports Arena at 1 p.m.