Changes around Raley Field improve traffic flow
Raley Field patrons will notice traffic flow improvements around the ballpark as the River Cats return to Sacramento for a four-game homestand beginning Friday, July 22, against the Reno Aces (Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks).
Tower Bridge Gateway, which has been closed since the beginning of the season, is now completely open for both east and west bound traffic to and from the Tower Bridge. Fans using this route are encouraged to park in Lots G and H and take the pedestrian walkway on 5th Street. On all remaining Saturday games, and for the Sugarland concert on August 25, Lots R1 and R2 are also open for easy access to the ballpark via the 5th Street pedestrian walkway.
Additionally 3rd Street is now accessible to Tower Bridge Gateway traffic in both directions.
Fans should also note Lot B2 will continue to allow for both entry and exit and Lot B1, B3, C1, C2, D1 and D2 can be accessed from Riske Lane.
Disclosure: Nick Lozito works in the Sacramento River Cats Media Relations Department.