The Beaver Stadium bag policy will be in effect for the Blue-White Game. For more information on the bag policy, go to www.gopsusports.com/ot/psu-bag-policy.html.
There is no reserved parking for the Blue-White Game, but fans planning to attend the contest are encouraged to print a parking pass in advance to assist traffic and parking personnel in getting patrons into the stadium parking lots. The printable parking pass can be found at GoPSUsports.com’s Blue-White Game Central at http://bit.ly/1NCqt1R
Fans are encouraged to check www.GoPSUsports.com and news.psu.edu, Twitter accounts @GoPSUsports and @penn_state, and local radio stations (1450 AM, 93.7 FM and 970 AM) for parking and traffic updates prior to kick-off. Penn State Customer Relations representatives will be available at 800-NITTANY on Friday until 5 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. until one hour after the conclusion of the game. Fans can follow the Twitter hashtag #PSUparking for updates.
-- Fans planning to park and tailgate as a group should arrive together to the parking areas. Do not reserve spaces, as late comers will be directed to other lots.
-- As fans enter the traffic pattern on approach to Beaver Stadium, the parking pass should be displayed on the driver’s side of the windshield. Parking permits for the Blue-White Game can be printed at http://bit.ly/1OenZnj.
-- Fans who forget to print or bring a permit, are asked to use their vehicle flashers to identify their intent to go to the Blue-White game and other events located around the stadium.
-- Motorists who have no intention of coming to any Blue-White events are asked avoid the areas of Park Avenue between Atherton Street and I-99, Porter Road and Fox Hollow Road from Toftrees Avenue to Park Avenue.
-- Motorists who need to get to the Mount Nittany Medical Center or the University Park Airport are asked to stop at the nearest uniformed traffic Auxiliary Officer to be provided a hang tag for their rear view mirror. This will help officers direct fans to their destination.
-- Fans are asked to follow the directions of the uniformed traffic officers. Fans who stop while en route to the parking lots delay the flow of traffic and add to the backup of vehicles.
Traveling from west of Beaver Stadium:
Fans who approach Beaver Stadium from Atherton Street on Park Avenue will be parked in the parking areas identified on the map as W1 through W4. Lot W2 may be taken off line if foul weather necessitates it.
Traveling from east of Beaver Stadium:
Fans who approach the stadium from 322/I99 bypass on Park Avenue will be parked in the parking areas identified on the map as E1 through E6.
Traveling from north of Beaver Stadium:
Fans who approach the stadium from Fox Hollow Road will be parked in the parking areas identified on the map as N1 and N2.
Traveling from south of Beaver Stadium:
Fans who approach the stadium from Porter Road or Dauer Road will be parked in S1-S4.
As with previous Blue-White Games, parking areas will be filled in sequence to reduce the footprint of parking, to maximize parking close to the stadium and due to limited parking staff. Efforts will be made to keep two areas from each direction loading at the same time.
Patrons with a state-issued ADA license plate or placard are asked to arrive via Porter Road and will be parked between parking area S1 and Curtin Road. Van accessible spaces are located in the lot closest to BJC.
An ADA shuttle service is provided from the Overnight RV parking lot to Gate B. Shuttle service will begin at 11 a.m.
Due to the wet spring in the Centre Region, fans are asked to park RVs on the gravel area south of Medlar Field or in the overnight RV/RV lot north of Park Avenue. RVs arriving north on Porter Road will be directed to the lot south of Medlar Field. RVs arriving on Park Avenue or Fox Hollow Road will be directed to ORV/RV lot.
RVs that park in other areas will be held responsible for any property damage and park at their own risk. RVs are prohibited from all grass areas west of the stadium.
Fans encouraged to be environmentally friendly
Fans attending Penn State football games are asked to do their part to keep the University clean. Blue and black plastic bags can be found in the parking lots. Please use the blue plastic bags for recyclable materials and the black plastic bags for trash.
The game day parking areas are used other days of the week for parking, the Intramural Fields and pastures. Managing waste helps keep costs lower, is good for the environment and keeps playing fields safe.