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Shuttle information for UH home football games

Roberts Hawaii is once again offering round-trip shuttle transportation from select areas around Oahu to the UH Rainbow Warriors home games this season.

UH Football Express offers convenient, comfortable and safe ground transportation for UH fans who can cheer on the Rainbow Warriors at Aloha Stadium without dealing with the hassles of driving themselves. The service offers one-game or seasonal passes for shuttle transportation in our air-conditioned vehicles with five pick-up locations to choose from.

The Rainbow Warriors are scheduled to play six home games this season. Customers can reserve their shuttle ride on our UH Football Express shuttles for $78 per person for all six games; $65 for five games; or $16 for one game. One-way rides for $10 per person will also be available for purchase on-site, subject to space availability.

Reservations for the UH Football Express are required for all round-trips and may be made online at www.UHFootballExpress.com, or by calling Roberts Hawaii at 808-954-8625. Pick-up locations are as follows:

Pick-up Area

Pick-up Point

Hawaii Kai

Hawaii Kai Park n’ Ride

Kahala

Kahala Mall curbside near Bank of Hawaii

Kailua

Kailua Recreation Center, Kainalu Drive

Kaneohe

Alaloa Street above Sears at Windward Mall

Mililani Mauka

Mililani Mauka Park n’ Ride

UH Football Express shuttle riders should be at the pick-up locations 15 minutes prior to departure times. All shuttles will depart the stadium 30 minutes after the game. For more information on departure times, visit www.UHFootballExpress.com or call 808-954-8625 between 7 am and 9 pm daily.

Aloha Stadium does not allow the following items inside the turnstile gates: weapons, noise makers, illegal narcotics, outside food or beverages, cans or bottles, umbrellas, coolers, fireworks, inflatable objects, confetti, balloons, laser pointers, poles or sticks, skateboards, scooters, rollerblades, bicycles, and/or any item that may pose a health or safety issue to guests and/or employees. Fanny packs, purses and handbags are permitted, but are subject to inspection by stadium security. Personal belongings may not be stored on the UH Football Express shuttles. For more information about Aloha Stadium’s policies, visit www.alohastadium.hawaii.gov.

The Warriors’ home games this year are scheduled as follows.

September 10

UT Martin

6:00 pm

October 1

Nevada

6:00 pm

October 15

UNLV (Homecoming)

6:00 pm

October 29

New Mexico

6:00 pm

November 12

Boise State

2:00 pm

November 26

Massachusetts

6:00 pm

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