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Parking information for Saturday's UH vs. Boise State football game

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

With the University of Hawaii vs. Boise State football game kicking off a few hours early on Saturday, starting at 2:00 p.m., here is the revised list of parking information, courtesy of the University of Hawaii. 


The Lower and Upper Halawa Parking Lot (Gates 3 and 4) will open at 9:00 a.m., while all other lots will open at 10:00 a.m. Alternate parking is also available to Radford High School, Kam Drive In, and Leeward Community College (LCC). Please note opening and closing times: 

KAM DRIVE-IN - parking opens at: 11:30 am - 1 hour after the game
shuttle service: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm / 5:00 pm - 1 hour after the game. 
cost: $5 parking. Free shuttle service

LEEWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE - parking opens at: 11:30 am - 1 hour after the game
shuttle service: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm / 5:00 pm - 1 hour after the game. 
cost: Free parking. $2/per person for shuttle service

RADFORD HIGH SCHOOL- parking opens at: 10:30 am - 1 hour after the game
shuttle service: no shuttle service 
Cost: $5 parking.

Note: Security is present at all alternate parking sites. Shuttle service begins two hours and 30 minutes prior to kickoff and up to one hour after the game ends.

There will be no public parking available on the inner circle, except for the limited amount of ADA stalls. These ADA stalls will be open to the public on a first-come, first-serve basis. Parking attendants will be asking for ADA placards and ADA issued identification cards. Guests who are unable to produce the placard and the ID card to match a person inside the vehicle will not be allowed to park in the ADA areas.

Turnstile gates will open at 12:30 p.m. Strict enforcement on outside food and beverages will be enforced at the gates. The Honolulu Police Department will also be performing sobriety checks around the stadium after the game. Fans are asked to drink responsibly and use a designated driver. The University of Hawaii and the Aloha Stadium have also launched a new "if you see something, say something" texting campaign. Once inside the turnstile through the end of the game, guests can now text "ALOHA" and their message to  78247 to report activity and location of the situation. Guests may also continue to call the Stadium Security Hotline at 483-2807.

TRAFFIC & PARKING FLOW CHART (TRAFFIC UPDATES available on ESPN 1420 AM)

Entrance through Gate 1 (Main Salt Lake) - ADA, Bus Lot and Sections 1-7 only (PASSES ONLY)

Entrance through Gate 2 (North Kamehameha) - Parking areas 8-14 only (PASSES ONLY)

Entrance through Gate 3 (Halawa) - Upper and Lower Halawa parking lots only

Entrance through Gate 4 (Lower Salt Lake) - Upper and Lower Halawa parking lots only

Entrance through Gate 5 (Kamehameha) - Kamehameha parking lot only

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