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Auburn Gameday Traffic Change

The following is a news release.

Auburn Police To Implement Routing Change for Game Day Traffic

Auburn, Ala. - The Auburn Police Division announces an additional measure to expedite post game traffic flow for motorists leaving Auburn University home football games traveling  on  North College Street. The portion of North College Street (Highway 147) from Shug Jordan Parkway to Highway 280 may, at times, be converted to one-way northbound traffic depending on traffic volume. Again, this will affect only post-game traffic.

While traffic is re-routed, residents of Ashton Park are asked to use the Highway 280 entrance/exit as an alternate route while Tuscany Hills residents should use the Lee Road 72 entrance/exit. Drivers who are traveling into Auburn from Highway 280 are encouraged to use Shelton Mill Road. 

This change may be utilized at times for the remaining home games. Officers will be in the area to assist with traffic flow. Drivers are asked to use caution if traveling on College Street between Shug Jordan Parkway and Highway 280.

For more information, please contact the Auburn Police Division at 334-501-3100.

 

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