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Iron Bowl game day info

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TUSCALOOSA, AL (WBRC) -

Thousands of Alabama and Auburn fans will be traveling to Tuscaloosa for the Iron Bowl game on Saturday, Nov. 24. It will be the 77th time the teams have faced off since 1893.

Kickoff time is set for 2:30 p.m. and the heaviest traffic is expected between 10 a.m. and noon. To keep traffic moving smoothly, UA has released the following game day travel information:

"Fans coming from Birmingham and points east or south of Birmingham should avoid I-459, and take I-20/50 through downtown Birmingham. There is always a back up at the I-459 and I-20/50 interchange in Bessemer," UA spokesperson Shane Dorrill says.

Click Here for I-20/59 vs. I-459 Map

"Also, fans may run into heavy traffic on I-20/50 South one mile prior to exit 79. This is where the Interstate goes from three lanes to two lanes which sometimes causes merging delays. Fans can avoid the traffic by taking the Highway 216 route (exit 100) or the Highway 11 route (exit 89)," he added.

Highway 216 Route - Click Here for directions

Highway 11 Route - Click Here for directions 

CAMPUS ROADBLOCKS

Roadblocks will be put in place at 11:30 a.m. prior to the Auburn game.

Click Here to see the locations of the pre-game roadblocks.

PARKING

Click here for information on parking: http://uagameday.com/football/parking-info.php

POST GAME TRAFFIC

Thanksgiving weekend is one of the busiest shopping weekends of the year! Please keep that in mind when you leave Tuscaloosa on Saturday. There may be increased traffic in the vicinity of the University Mall and Mid-Town Village off of McFarland Blvd.

 

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