Neighborhood News September 17, 2020rsevers
UT Home Games Schedule
October 3 – Texas vs. TCU @ TBA
October 24 – Texas vs. Baylor @ TBA
November 7 – Texas vs. West Virginia @ TBA
November 27 (Friday) – Texas vs. Iowa State @ TBA
UT Game Day Public Parking
Game day public parking will be open at select State parking garages A, B, E, G, Q and Lots 12 and 19. Public parking locations are pay upon entry and open Saturdays based on posted game times. Friday night parking and tailgating is not permissible and tailgating before or after the game is prohibited.
To comply with COVID-19 pandemic special event orders and recommendations for outdoor gatherings, TFC will be prohibiting tailgating on State property for the 2020 Longhorn Football season.
Closed: State Garage R for UT Issued Alumni Parking Permits Only.
ALL spaces in State Garage R, located at 1706 San Jacinto Blvd., are temporarily leased to the University of Texas for football home games. ALL spaces are utilized for parking with a UT issued Alumni Parking Permit Only. The parking permit must be the appropriate color and game designated for use. Neither State employees nor the general public are permitted to utilize this State garage.
Game Day Traffic
No street closures are planned within the Capitol Complex for UT football home games, however, expect delays due to increased traffic.
Traffic this season on Trinity St. between MLK Blvd. & 15th Street remains northbound on game days. This is the normal traffic flow for Trinity Street (Exiting traffic will NOT change directions as it has in previous years.)
REMINDER to all State Employees: Remove ALL State employee personal vehicles from ALL surface parking lots in the Capitol Complex area, the CSB back lots, and the WBT loading dock by 6:00 p.m. each Friday before a UT Football Home Game.
The Bullock Museum is now open to visitors on a limited schedule of 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. from Wednesday through Sunday. The Museum and the IMAX Theatre have implemented new protocols to help limit the spread of COVID-19, please visit the FAQ section of their website for details.
Join us online for 2020’s Austin Museum Day! This virtual event will highlight the strengths and diversity of Texans through select digital content from the Museum’s online collection.
Visit the Museum online at: https://www.thestoryoftexas.com/
The Blanton Museum has also reopened to the public. Visit and explore the museum via their website. https://blantonmuseum.org/
Moody Center – on the UT Campus
The construction of the Moody Center will affect the traffic patterns along MLK Blvd. and Red River Street corridors. For traffic and project updates visit: UT Construction Disruptions
To view the construction webcams visit: https://texassports.com/sports/2020/4/30/moody-center-construction-webcam.aspx