Raiders Las Vegas stadium parking plan

scatters fans to
several lots up to four miles away with more lots still needed Parking has been
an issue since day one for the Raiders stadium plans in Las Vegas. There are
only enough spaces available on the actual stadium lot to accommodate employees
and few others. So Oakland Raiders
, the majority of fans are going to have to park somewhere
else. That has proven a tricky proposition.The site itself has some 2375 spaces.
That means an additional 13,875 spaces are needed to fulfill the minimum 16,250
spaces required by law for the 65,000-seat stadium.There are four sites gives
the Raiders an additional 11,925 spaces, bringing the total to between 12,000
and 14,650 spaces which obviously falls short of the minimum, which means more
sites will be needed. Those sites according to the Las Vegas Sun include: the
Orleans (4,625 spaces), a parking lot on Las Vegas Boulevard and Blue Diamond
Road (up to 3,625 spots), the former Southwest Gas facility on Arville Street
and Tropicana Avenue (1,175 spots) and a parking lot on Las Vegas Boulevard and
Arby Avenue (2,500).Here is the map of those sites:These sites are far enough
away from the stadium (lower right) that shuttle buses will be needed to
transport fans from the lot and back. The distances of those sites ranges from
two miles to four miles from the stadiumThe closest site is also the smallest.
It’s the Arville Tropicana (second from top right), which has between 1025 and
1175 spaces. It’s two miles away. The Orleans lot is about a half mile past that
(top right). Which in Las Vegas, may as well be ten miles, because you don’t
want to be walking that in the midday heat.The farthest lot will be four miles
away at Las Vegas Blvd and Blue Diamond (bottom left). That one will require
some freeway driving to get to the stadium. Right now that site as well as the
Las Vegas and Arby site are dirt lots. More sites will need to be secured before
all is said and done. And it’s so much fun so far Oakland Raiders
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