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Loyola College Announces Parking Plans for March 7

March 1, 2004

Parking Plans for Sunday, March 7 Events

The College will be hosting three significant and overlapping events on Sunday, March 7:

-the Dedication Ceremony of Diane Geppi-Aikens Field
-the "Green Food and Bands" benefit party for the Caroline Center
-the women's lacrosse home opener vs. Princeton

A detailed parking plan to accommodate an anticipated guest list exceeding 1,500 has been established. Public Safety officers and staff from Parking and Transportation will be coordinating efforts with independent parking agencies to manage traffic flow, parking and shuttle transportation throughout the day, and nearby streets will be reserved for special parking by the Baltimore City Police Department.

To provide ease of entry and egress for the College's guests, the following plans have been established for these groups:

Catering Staff, Loyola Administrators and Staff working the events: Free parking and shuttle service will be available at 5104 York Road from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Brunch for Special Guests and Dedication Ceremony Guests: Parking will be provided in the Jenkins Parking Lot. Passes will be distributed to guests in advance.

Lacrosse Game Attendees: Parking is available on Cold Spring Lane, Charles Street and at the Fitness and Aquatic Center, where shuttle buses will run from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Lacrosse Game VIPs, officials, and special guests: Parking will be available on Curley Field. Please enter from Millbrook Road.

News Media: Parking is available in the service vehicle spaces on Bunn Drive, just off Cold Spring Lane.

Sunday Mass in the Alumni Memorial Chapel: Parking for the regularly scheduled 11 a.m. Mass is available on surrounding streets. Parking for the 12:15 p.m. Mass as part of the "Green Foods and Bands" event also is available on the streets, or in the Butler Parking Lot (see "Green Food" guest information below).

"Green Food and Bands" volunteers: Parking will be available on Cold Spring Lane in spaces reserved by Baltimore City.

"Green Food and Bands" guests (including Mass attendees at 12:15 p.m.): Parking will be provided in the Butler Parking Lot, with shuttles available to ferry guests back and forth between 11:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Overflow parking will be available on Millbrook Road, both north and south of Cold Spring Lane. Persons with disabilities will be able to park on Millbrook Road north of Cold Spring Lane, but should contact the Center for Values and Service at (410)617-2489 in advance.