Text Us: #30930
Phone: (800) 616 WBEN
Business: (716) 843-0600
A   A   A

Sabres Pre Season Home Game Could Bring Parking Woes



The Buffalo Sabres pre-season home opener Thursday night against the Carolina Hurricanes brings people down to downtown for the first time since construction began on the HarborCenter project across the street from First Niagara Center.   

Here's the announcement and some travel advice from the team:
In  anticipation of the first home preseason games of the 2013-14 season, the Buffalo Sabres are reminding fans about the limited traffic patterns surrounding First Niagara Center due to the construction of HARBORcenter.

As a result of the construction, vehicular traffic is limited to one lane northbound (away from arena) on Washington Street and one lane southbound (toward arena) on Main Street. While there have been and will continue to be temporary road closures, no closures are currently planned during arena events.

All normal event parking – in both the arena ramp and the surrounding surface lots – will remain open.

Fans that plan on visiting First Niagara Center while the limited traffic routes are in effect should plan on using Michigan Avenue instead of Washington Street. It is strongly suggested that fans plan ahead and leave extra time for traveling to and from the arena.

During First Niagara Center events, the Buffalo Police Department Traffic Division will control all affected intersections and will direct traffic accordingly.

 


Filed Under :  
Topics : Sports
Social :
Poll
How confident are you that law enforcement can keep events like the Boston Marathon safe?
  Very confident
  Somewhat confident
  Not confident
 
View Results