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 by Mr. Sparkle
9 months ago
 Total posts:   97  
 Joined:  Nov 28 2017
United States of America   LA Coliseum

Elvis wrote:On parking:



Whoa that's big. I felt one of the major drawbacks to the new stadium was no train access. It really helps people who hate paying for parking and helps people who park too as it frees up tons of space. Not sure how in the world they could make that happen looking at a map though. A new station is to be built a couple of miles away though.

 by St. Loser Fan
8 months ago
 Total posts:   2450  
 Joined:  May 31 2016
United States of America   LA Coliseum

Mr. Sparkle wrote:Whoa that's big. I felt one of the major drawbacks to the new stadium was no train access. It really helps people who hate paying for parking and helps people who park too as it frees up tons of space. Not sure how in the world they could make that happen looking at a map though. A new station is to be built a couple of miles away though.


I hope it doesn't end up like Arlington with the Cowboys where there zero public transport. Plus even shuttles from bars and restaurants are made to drop off not on the stadium property.

The first decade the Rams were in St. Louis they used to run shuttle buses from different suburban malls or schools for like $6 round trip. There'd be 20+ buses lined up along Cole Street after the game. That was in addition to MetroLink trains which stopped like a block away.

 by SWAdude
8 months ago
 Total posts:   1527  
 Joined:  Sep 21 2015
United States of America   LA Coliseum

Hooking up public transportation is certainly in the works.

I know us Rams fans are focused on our Game Day but there is another 230 acres of year around, 24/7 Residential, Business, Entertainment, etc, etc, to be considered.

All I need is to get to LAX until retirement and then to live with the Rams. :D :D :D 8-)

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