Corps Of Cadets Pre-Game March-In Route Changed For University Of Kentucky Game
The Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M University is changing their traditional pre-game March-In route for this week’s football game against University of Kentucky game on Oct. 6, and will instead showcase the March-In through the areas surrounding Reed Arena on west campus.
The march-in route change will create additional traffic congestion that will greatly impact west campus fans’ ability to arrive in time for the game. Fans are asked to make their way to campus early to avoid congestion and delays.
The Corps of Cadets March-In will require the closure of several roads on west campus from 4:15 p.m through 5:15 p.m.
Fans are advised to review closure information, arrive early to campus if participating in pre-games activities, and if parking in the affected areas, come before March-In takes place. Fans who don’t park in the area, should also avoid west campus streets altogether this Saturday.
- Corps of Cadets West Campus March Route (Map)
- Corps of Cadets West Campus March-In Road closures and Limited access (Map)
- Olsen Blvd. between John Kimbrough Blvd. and Chandler Dr.
- Reed Arena Circle (no access)
- Permit check at intersection of Olsen Blvd. and Chandler Dr.
- G permits will be allowed past
- O permits will turn before intersection
- All northbound Olsen Blvd. traffic apart from G and O Lot permits MUST turn left onto Chandler Dr.
To avoid being impacted, fans can take advantage of the free off-campus gameday shuttles located in downtown Bryan or at Momentum Plaza off University Dr. and Copperfield Rd.
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