Traffic Advisory: M&T Bank Stadium on Game Day

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation today announced traffic and parking modifications in effect for Baltimore Ravens games at M&T Bank Stadium. Please be advised that all parking restrictions and residential permit parking regulations in the vicinity of the stadium will be strictly enforced. Ticket holders who do not have a parking permit for any of the stadium lots are strongly encouraged to use the metro, light rail or carpool. Fans choosing to drive to the game should park at commercial lots and avoid area neighborhoods.

Parking Control Agents will enforce all posted parking restrictions for the safety of everyone, and vehicles parked in violation will be ticketed and towed.Impound lots will remain open 2 hours after the conclusion of the game. Citizens with questions concerning the location of their vehicle should contact a police officer or call (410) 396-3050. Patrons using lots G and H are urged to leave early, allow for extra travel time and pay strict attention to posted detours, traffic signs and Variable Message Signs (VMS). In addition, Special Traffic Enforcement Officers (STEO's) will assist Baltimore City Police with the movement of traffic in the downtown area.

The following traffic modifications will be in effect due to water main repairs at the West and Race Streets intersection:

· West Street will be closed between Leadenhall and Hanover Streets due to emergency water main repairs.

· Southbound (inbound) G and H lots will use Hamburg Street, to Leadenhall Street, to West Street.

· Northbound (inbound) G and H lots will use Ostend Street, to Leadenhall Street, to West Street.

· Outbound traffic from G and H lots will be forced north and south on Leadenhall Street, to Hamburg and Ostend Streets.

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