I-35 Construction Update: Expect reduced lanes and closures throughout the Waco area. Please plan extra time to get to the stadium in time for pre-game activities.
Step 1: Be aware of road closures that will affect your parking options:
With the ongoing I-35 construction through Waco, it is advised to KNOW BEFORE YOU GO. Check real-time traffic conditions on I-35 at https://waco4bmap.org and follow @TxDOTWacoPIO on Twitter for up-to-date lane closure and construction information. Sign up for TxDOT email and text alerts at www.My35.org/Waco.
Before you make your way to McLane Stadium, check the following resources:
Step 2: Know your parking options:
Gameday parking at McLane Stadium will generally fall into three categories:
In the Olive Heights area of East Waco, adjacent to McLane Stadium, smaller lots offer a variety of options on a first-come-first served basis within walking distance of the stadium. Street parking will not be allowed in the neighborhood, but area residents will be able to charge for on-site parking at individual homes. Some third parties and individuals already have opened lots of various sizes near McLane Stadium.
Fans with handicapped parking permits will be able to park in a paid lot at the Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative (north of campus, near the intersection of I-35 and Highway 77) and ride a wheelchair-friendly shuttle right up to the stadium.
Step 3: Determine how to get from your parking location to McLane Stadium
Most parking locations are within a 25-minute walk to the stadium and fans are encouraged to walk along the paths designated with gameday banners. Shuttles from downtown, campus locations and the BRIC will run at various locations and times prior to kickoff and after the game. For more information about shuttles please click here.
Step 4: What if I get into a reserved lot and my car gets relocated
If you believe your vehicle has been relocated, please call Tow King at 254-666-5484.