SAN ANTONIO (March 10, 2017) — VIA Metropolitan Transit will offer convenient and affordable Special Event Park & Ride Service for baseball fans attending the H-E-B Big League Weekend, when the Texas Rangers take on the Cleveland Indians on Friday, March 17, and Saturday, March 18, 2017, at the Alamodome, 100 Montana St.
Park & Ride Service will be available from the Crossroads Park & Ride, 151 Crossroads Blvd. Service begins at 5 p.m. on Friday, March 17, and at noon on Saturday, March 18. Return service on both days will continue until 45 minutes after the conclusions of the post-game concerts.
The fare is $2.50 each way with discounted fares available for children, seniors, students, and active-duty members of the military. Cash and credit cards are accepted at the Park & Ride location. VIAtrans customers and children under age 5 ride free. VIA bus passes are not valid for this service.
In addition to the Park & Ride Service, VIA Prímo (100) and VIVA centro (301) will be detoured to serve the Robert Thompson Transit Center at the Alamodome, beginning at 5 p.m. on Friday, and noon on Saturday, and continuing for 45 minutes after the conclusion of each post-game concert. The regular bus fare of $1.30 will apply. Day Passes are available on the bus for $2.75 and are good for unlimited rides on the day of activation. VIA bus passes will be accepted for trips on Prímo and VIVA centro.
For more information regarding VIA’s service to the Big League Weekend, call (210) 362-2020.
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