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9/28/07

Raiderland Express Announces Second Park & Ride

Citibus would like to announce a second pickup location for Raiderland Express Football Shuttles.

Starting with the Texas Tech vs. Northwestern State game on Saturday, September 29. Citibus will shuttle football fans from the park and ride lot at 10th & Memphis (west of the HSC). Citibus will continue to operate shuttles form the KTXT parking lot (18th & Indiana) as well. The second location was added due to limited parking at the KTXT parking lot.

The Raiderland Express shuttles are provided for every home game, and begin three hours before kickoff. The shuttle costs $5 per person. Children age five and under will not be charged.

Shuttles transporting passengers back to the parking lots during and after the game will load in front of the Frazier Pavilion. Buses will first travel to the KTXT parking lot dropping passengers off on the Texas Tech Parkway and then proceed to the park and ride lot at 10th & Memphis. This will help to prevent confusion about which bus to board after the game.

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