PREVIEW - LAS VEGAS MOTOR SPEEDWAY
Including driver's appearances, stuff to do, schedule, ticket info, speedway info & more.
7000 Las Vegas Boulevard N Las Vegas, NV 89115
KDWN-AM 720 to air PRN and MRN NASCAR races in Las Vegas
Remember daylight savings time returns on Saturday night.
Clocks are to be moved ahead one hour.
MISC. TRACK NEWS:
All fans with Neon Garage passes will notice is the open autograph windows in each driver's garage bay. These windows can be opened only from the inside by the race teams, but rest assured that many of the stars of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series feel the same way that we do about our race fans, they'll be eager to sign your hats, programs and souvenirs.
Fast Chats sessions in the midway, where various drivers and NASCAR-related celebrities will take questions from you, the race fan. We'll post the driver lineup and schedule to our website prior to the race. These Q&A sessions will take place in the area near the SPEED stage (behind the main grandstand). There is no charge for race fans to attend Fast Chats as the lively question-and-answer sessions will take place on the LVMS midway, outside the entry gates. A daily chat schedule will be posted near the SPEED Stage.
If you need assistance at any time during your visit, please call our fan assistance hotline at
(702) 632-8006 or text 37686.
LVMS secures discounted hotel rooms for NASCAR Weekend MORE
2015 Directions to LVMS:
Traffic updates will be provided on Sunday, March 8 via the LVMS Twitter feed (@LVMotorSpeedway) and radio on KBAD AM-920.
Local residents - LVMS suggests using the 215 Beltway to I-15 North to Exit 58, Apex. Stay in the passing lane on I-15 north and travel past Exit 54. Take a right on Las Vegas Blvd at Exit 58 and use Entry #9 for access to Yellow lot or Entry #3 for access to Brown lot.
I-15 North - Use the passing lane all the way to Exit 54. There are 3 northbound lanes approaching LVMS on I-15, choose the one with the least amount of cars all the way to Exit 54. Once on the exit 54 ramp, use the far-left lane or the center lane for direct access into Blue Lot. Hint - This route will be used by the majority of fans making it the slowest route into LVMS on raceday.
Losee Rd - If traffic on I-15 North is congested use this alternate route. Get off I-15 at either Lake Mead Blvd, Cheyenne Ave or Craig Rd and turn left (west). Make the first right onto Losee Rd and travel to the 215 Beltway.
I-15 South - Use Exit 58, Apex and take Las Vegas Blvd south to Entry #9 - Yellow lot. The Exit 54 southbound ramp will be closed 2 hours prior to the green flag. If the ramp is closed travel to the 215 Beltway and make a left at Range Rd. This will allow you to gain access to I-15 North.
Las Vegas Blvd - Take Las Vegas Blvd north to Entry #1 for access into Green lot or Entry #3 for access into Brown lot.
Free ADA parking (Handicap parking) – Use I-15 to Exit 54, all vehicles with authorized handicap plates or placards will be parked on asphalt in the Dragstrip lot. Enter from Exit 54 – behind the Blue lot and follow the signs to Handicap Parking. Do not attempt to enter via Speedway Blvd.
Motorcycle parking – Use I-15 to Exit 54, all motorcycles will be parked on asphalt in the A section of Blue lot. Enter from the rear of the lot using Wally Parks Lane and follow the signs to Motorcycle Parking. Do not attempt to enter via Speedway Blvd.
ALTERNATE TRANSPORTATION 2015
Las Vegas Monorail Service
The Las Vegas Monorail is offering fans exclusive fare discounts! Use the Monorail to travel the Strip without the hassles of traffic and wasted time. In 15 minutes or less, Monorail riders can travel to the city's most popular resorts, casinos, restaurants, shows and shops in a safe, clean and climate-controlled environment. Let the Monorail be your transportation solution.
Key Tours (800) 261-2691
Pick up locations: Excalibur, Bally’s, Paris, Treasure Island, Circus Circus and Golden Nugget. PRICES AND MORE INFO
Race Day Shuttles (702) 362-0264
Shuttle hours from the hotels:
Friday 10:30 am - 3:00 pm
Saturday 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Sunday 7:00 am - 11:00 am
Shuttle hours subject to change, check website for updates.
(There will be no shuttles during events.) Returns begin when events end. Passengers are boarded on a first come, first serve basis. Please note there are no reserved seats.
Pick up locations: Tropicana, Treasure Island, Stratosphere, Plaza
Parking Lots 2015
2015: The speedway also will place more emphasis on the exit of cars from all lots. Speedway officials will have three gates dedicated to the Lucky 7 Preferred Lot for the first hour following the races on Saturday and Sunday. All other fans parked in the Blue Lot can exit through the remaining gates until Lot 7 is cleared. Once Lot 7 is empty, all gates will be opened to those parked in the Blue Lot.
Lot 7 - Preferred Parking
Arrival to Lot 7 via Interstate 15 ONLY. Parking lot clears first after the Checkered Flag with a dedicated exit lane. Tailgate parties are permitted provided you fit in a single space. Purchase an additional space if you cannot fit. RV Parking is permitted in the back row only and overnight parking is not permitted. Must purchase additional space if RV is too big. Arrival to Lot 7 via Interstate 15 ONLY.
Follow I-15 North to exit 54 - Speedway Blvd.This is a 3-lane ramp. Use the LEFT LANE or CENTER LANE on the exit ramp. DO NOT use the far right lane. Stay in your lane on the exit ramp until you pass through the intersection into Blue lot. Following the Lot 7 signs, proceed on the paved road in either of the designated lanes to Lot 7. When you make the right turn for Lot 7, proceed south through the opening in the concrete blocks. The parking attendants will check your Lot 7 pass and direct you to your space. Note: Vehicles with handicap placards or plates should park in Section “A”.
Blue Lot - Accessible only from Interstate 15. This lot is recommended for fans seated in Sections 2-3-4. Parking in this area is free.
Brown Lot - Accessible only fromLas Vegas Boulevard (northbound traffic) using Entry 3. This lot is recommended for fans seated in Section 1 and the Richard Petty Terrace. Parking in this area is free.
Red Lot - Accessible only fromLas Vegas Boulevard (northbound traffic) using Entry 1. This lot is recommended for fans seated in Section 1 and the Richard Petty Terrace. Parking in this area is free.
Yellow Lot - Accessible only fromLas Vegas Boulevard (southbound traffic), using Entry 9. This lot is recommended for fans seated in Sections 4L through 9. Parking in this area is free. No RVs or oversized vehicles are allowed in this lot.
Handicapped Lot - Accessible from Interstate 15 or fromHollywood Boulevard. Enter the Blue Lot and follow signs to Handicapped parking lot. A current handicapped placard is required in this area.
Lot 2 (Infield Overflow) Accessible fromLas Vegas Boulevard (northbound) through Entry 4. Follow signs toLot 2. A credential is required in this area.
Lot 3 (Infield Parking) Accessible fromLas Vegas Boulevard (northbound) through Entry 4. Follow signs toLot 3. A parking pass is required to enter this area.
Lot 4 (Vegas Club) Accessible from Hollywood Boulevard using Interstate 15 or Las Vegas Boulevard through Entry 11. Lot 4 parking pass is required in this area.
Lot 5 (VIP Suites) Accessible from Hollywood Boulevard using Interstate 15 or Las Vegas Boulevard through Entry 10. Lot 5 parking pass is required in this area.
Lot 6 (Hospitality Village) Accessible only from Interstate 15. Enter the Blue Lot at Exit 54 and follow the signs to Lot 6. Lot 6 parking pass is required for this area.
from gospeedwayforums.com: on the side of Las Vegas Blvd. OPPOSITE the Track there is some BLM Land. On this land, sometimes Race Fans exhausted from the struggle just to get to LVMS, have a desire to park there, or perhaps all the parking lots are full...so here we have a Rental Car full of Race Fans holding hundreds of dollars worth of tickets and they are at the end of their collective rope...DO NOT PARK THERE!! There was a FLEET of tow trucks there towing vehicles away..to who knows where..and it undoubtably costs big bucks to get your car out of jail, where ever THAT is....I do not know if there is any signage out there, warning drivers to not park there
LVMS Encourages the use of public transportation and other suttle services during the annual NASCAR Weekend.
Speedway Shuttle Services: 877-212-7642
Bell Trans: 702 739-7990
CLS Transportation: 702 740-4545
Gray Line : 702 739-5700
Star Transit: 702 565-7087
Ray and Ross Airport Express: 702 261-3230
Airport Shuttle (702) 360-6160
Bell Trans (702) 739-7990
CLS Transportation (702) 740-4545
Gray Line (702) 739-5700
Star Transit (702) 565-7087
Ray and Ross Airport Express (702) 261-3230
Action Racing Shuttles 702.367.4141
2015 LAS VEGAS MOTOR SPEEDWAY SCHEDULE
Wednesday, March 4
5 p.m. - Gates open at Dirt Track for World of Outlaws Sprint Cars.
Thursday, March 5
5 p.m. - Gates open at Dirt Track for World of Outlaws Sprint Cars.
5 p.m. - Doors open for Speedway Children's Charities NASCAR Driver Auction at Sam's Town Hotel & Gambling Hall. Auction starts at 6 p.m.
6 p.m. - NASCAR Sprint Cup Series hauler parade on Las Vegas Blvd.
Friday, March 6 - Stratosphere Pole Day
Ticket gates, Neon Garage and VIP suites open at 11:30 a.m.
Noon-1:25 p.m. - NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Kobalt 400 practice.
1:30-2:25 p.m. - NASCAR Xfinity Series Boyd Gaming 300 practice.
3 p.m.-4:25 p.m. - NASCAR Xfinity Series Boyd Gaming 300 final practice.
4:45 p.m. - NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Stratosphere Pole Day qualifying for Kobalt 400.
6-8 p.m. - Kobalt Kampout RV Appreciation Party in the Neon Garage.
8 p.m. - Neon Garage closes.
Saturday, March 7 - Boyd Gaming 300
Ticket gates, Neon Garage and VIP suites open at 8 a.m.
8:30-9:25 a.m. - NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Kobalt 400 practice.
9:45 a.m. - NASCAR Xfinity Series Boyd Gaming 300 qualifying.
11:30 a.m.-12:25 p.m. - NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Kobalt 400 final practice.
12:30 p.m. - NASCAR Xfinity Series Boyd Gaming 300 driver introductions.
1 p.m. - NASCAR Xfinity Series Boyd Gaming 300 (200 laps, 300 miles).
4:30 p.m. - Neon Garage closes.
5-7 p.m. - Richard Petty Driving Experience rides.
Sunday, March 8 - Kobalt 400
Ticket gates, Neon Garage, VIP Suites open at 7 a.m.
9-10 a.m. - Speedway Children's Charities Track Walk.
10:30 a.m. - NASCAR Sprint Cup driver and crew chief meeting (Neon Garage).
Noon - NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Kobalt 400 driver introductions.
12:30 p.m. - NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Kobalt 400 (267 laps, 400.5 miles).
4 p.m. - USLCI Legend Cars
5:30 p.m. - Neon Garage closes.
TICKETS and Pit passes - 2015
$69 - $196 (All persons regardless of age require a ticket.)
Military and Child discounts are available by contacting the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Ticket Office at 800-644-4444. Ticket prices will increase by $5 on March 2, 2015, week of the event.
2015 Neon Garage Fans can attend drivers' meeting - Weather permitting, the meeting will take place adjacent to the main stage in the center of the Neon Garage.
Neon Garage Weekend $149.00
FRIDAY ONLY 75.00
Neon Garage - SATURDAY ONLY $75.00
Neon Garage - Sunday $75.00
***From Racemama: I like Friday in the pits, all series are there on a friday and the drivers are pretty relaxed as oppossed to Sat or Sun...better chance for autographs
Click Here FOR MORE INFO ON ALL THE ABOVE OR TO ORDER
Neon Garage Schedule
There will be a number of variety acts performing in the Neon Garage throughout each day including living statues/mimes, stilt walkers, showgirls, jugglers, roller skate girls, balloon artists and much more!
FROM ROY G: I would avoid Red section in stands 1, 2, and 3. These are the seats closest to the track on the front stretch. You cannot see the backstretch over the garages & press center. Get White if you can, Blue is best. Stands 4 are in turns 3 & 4. These offer an o.k. view, but you will be looking into the sun all afternoon. There isn't a bad seat in Earhardt Terrace. They are stadium seats with cup holders on the backs of the seat in front of you. (Some end of row seats don't have seats in front of them, meaning you don't get a cup holder, but I decided that I like having the room to stretch out!) The Terrace is above the blue rows coming out of turn 4. I've not seen the new Petty Terrace, but can only assume the view is just as good.
FROM KIM: anyone planning to be in the pits and garage area, bring water and snacks as there are no concession stands outside of the Neon Garage in the infield.
FROM BLAINE: The Neon Garage is totally cool. However... also totally expensive! If you want to do the garage passes, I recommend buying a Saturday only pass. That's when the most stuff is going on (2 cup practices, NW qualifying). I noticed that those "autograph flaps" they installed in the garage stalls went almost completely unused. Most teams left them closed the entire time.
WHAT YOU CAN BRING INTO LAS VEGAS MOTOR SPEEDWAY
Obviously NOTHING! BOO TO BRUTON...HE'S ACTING LIKE ISC. See emails I received below:
BLACK FLAG FROM Pocono Mike: Going to 3/05 race. With my tickets I received info that can not bring coolers, food or beverage into track including water. First trip to Vegas. Been to Darlington, Bristol, Martinsville, Lowes and Poconos. Never been told I can't bring in water. Wrote a nasty email to VP Sales/Marketing about my first and last trip to LVMS. I can afford a truckload of water, but I worry about the family that saves all year to go to just ONE race. Told them I was emailing Mayor, Chamber of Commerce, State Bureau of Tourism and race fan sites to tell them that these (2) Pocono Mountain(5 miles from the track) race fans ain't coming back with their money.
BLACK FLAG FROM JOHN O: you are not permitted to bring in ANY food or drinks. Nothing at all, each bag is searched, and even if it is open you are tossing it in the dumpster. on Sunday before the race, and before we headed to our seats, we stop to get sandwiches and drinks. The concession stand nearest our seats, in the Earnhardt Terrace, was out of drinks, all drinks, and out of two of the four sandwiches they offered. This was before the race even started.
No coolers are permitted in the grandstand seating area at LVMS
No alcoholic beverages may be brought into the grandstand seating area at LVMS.
Beer is available at all LVMS concession stands.
LVMS officials have decided to make the superspeedway's grandstands smoke free for the 2007 NASCAR Weekend
FROM ROY G: Some of the comments on the site mentioned the drink policy at LVMS. You CAN take in bottled water. I've had to dump a cup of Coke before, but no one has ever stopped me from taking in water. I also wear a photographer's vest for my gear. Most of those pockets are big enough for canned sodas & sandwiches. (Interestingly enough, it's only NASCAR races where this policy applies. I go to the Bullring regularly, and have attended testing at the speedway for two years. Concessions are available at both, but the only prohibition is against bringing in alcohol or glass)
It can be cold at Vegas! Our first race here in 2002 it never got much above 32 degrees all day and the wind HOWLS across the desert. Bring a jacket & long pants just in case.
FROM MICHELE V.: I’ve attended the Cup and Busch races there for three years and have never had any problem bringing in plastic bottle drinks and snacks in my small soft cooler and backpack. They do post signs at the entrances about the cooler policy, but I’ve never been forced to throw anything away. I always keep my snacks in clear plastic bags. We had Jackpot passes (Neon garage and pits) this year and had no trouble there either. I ate my lunch sitting on the pit wall on Friday before qualifying and had no hassles. I think LVMS should refine/redefine their policies. It seems they’re not being enforced at every entrance.
FROM RACEMAMA: OK fans. Here's what I think....if they tell you that you can't enter with something do what I tell you in Race Ready!
STUFF TO DO
DRIVERS APPEARANCES IN LAS VEGAS
Appearances are posted from a week before race day up until a few days before. Many times there isn't advanced notice, go by the souvenir haulers and look for the signs.
(Go on Friday that is when they give out the tickets you need)
Thursday March 5
FRIDAY MARCH 6
SATURDAY, MARCH 7
SUNDAY, MARCH 8
DRIVERS APPEARANCES IN THE VEGAS AREA (ALWAYS ALOT) CLICK HERE
Hauler parade March 5 2015
The annual parade of haulers down the world-famous Las Vegas Strip and a free day of NASCAR Sprint Cup testing will kick off the annual NASCAR Weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway beginning March 5.
The hauler parade will start at 6 p.m. on March 5 The parade route will stretch for nearly five miles, beginning at the historic Welcome to Las Vegas sign and heading north on Las Vegas Boulevard before ending at Sahara Avenue, where the haulers will jump onto Interstate 15 toward Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The parade, which is free of charge, will be visible for race fans on both sides of the Strip and from any of the hotels and casinos along Las Vegas Boulevard.
Speedway Children's Charities NASCAR Driver Auction March 5 2015
Clint Bowyer, Driver No. 15 5-hour Energy Toyota, will participate in a Q&A with Fox Sports Personality Jeff Hammond and FOX Sports Pit Reporter Jamie Little at our Driver & Memorabilia Auction Thursday, March 5 at Sam's Town Hotel & Gambling Hall.
For more information about the NASCAR Driver Auction and Speedway Children’s Charities, please call Paulette Anderson at (702) 632-8242 or emil email email@example.com MORE
Speedway Children's Charities Richard Petty Driving Experience March 7 2015
159.00 only space open is 6:00. To reserve your ride today, call 1-800-237-3889. Reservations and more info
Speedway Children's Charities Track Walk Sunday, March 8, 2015
Pre-registration - $25 (until march 4) Trackside registration - $35
Children 16 and under are FREE with a paid adult - 1 child per adult registration
2015 Track Walk participants can pick up their wristbands, t-shirts and sign waivers during the following times at the Speedway Children’s Charities tent located behind the LVMS Gift Shop.
*Participants must pick up wristbands, t-shirts and sign waivers before 8 a.m. on Sunday, March 9. Children 18 and under must have a legal guardian present to sign waiver form. more
MRO at the Track
*HOLLYWOOD/BULLRING RV LOT (located in the stockyard by the tram route to the speedway)
*INFIELD RV LOT (located at the Infield Entrance near turn 2)
*BOULEVARD RV LOT (located next to the Gate G Entrance)
SPEEDTV STAGE - TRACKSIDE
The Speed Stage at Las Vegas Motor Speedway is located outside the track...behind the main grandstands, between Turn 4 and the start finish line...
OTHER STUFF TO DO
Ok we all know that there is a ton of gambling and night life in Vegas but there is plenty of others things to do while in Vegas.
The Grand Canyon - Tour the Grand Canyon by airplane, bus, boat, horse, off-road Hummer or helicopter. I found more than 70 of these tour companies while searching on the internet. Trips range from 3 hours from hotel to hotel up to 10 hours. Many include departing by airplane from Las Vegas. Many include Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, Lava Buttes, the Mojave Desert and Rainbow Gardens National Preserve.
Hoover Dam See the engineering marvel of Hoover Dam, the tallest concrete Dam in the United States.
Red Rock Canyon is a narrow valley that lies just about 15 miles west of downtown Las Vegas and is one of the most scenic places to visit in Southern Nevada. 'Red Rock' is so called because of the striking red colored sandstone formations found throughout this small valley. If you like to hike, take spectacular pictures or if you want to learn more about the desert, plan to spend some time here. Red Rock Canyon has a lot to offer. Burros and sometimes mustangs can be seen roaming freely. Horseback riding, picnicking and rock climbing are other popular attractions.
Valley of Fire is Nevada's oldest and largest state park, dedicated 1935. The valley derives its name from the red sandstone formations and the stark beauty of the Mojave Desert. Ancient trees and early man are represented throughout the park by areas of petrified wood and 3,000 year-old Indian petroglyph. Popular activities include camping, hiking, picnicking and photography. The park offers a full-scale visitor center with extensive interpretive displays.
Lake Mead & Colorado River
Either side of the Grand Canyon, the Colorado river is dammed forming two huge artificial lakes; Lake Powell in Utah and Lake Mead on the Arizona/Nevada border. Lake Mead features boating, fishing, camping, swimming and hiking. The scenery is beautiful - clear blue water beneath gaunt rocky cliffs, but much can only be appreciated using a boat as the majority of the innumerable sheltered coves and flooded canyons.
Area 51 the site of one of the biggest controversy involving UFO's. Drive along the "Extraterrestrial Highway" on your way to the famous "Little A'le' Inn." This store and restaurant has been the host of numerous documentaries and movies including "Independence Day." Here you will find a wealth of information on this top-secret area.
London Bridge Learn about the bridge's construction in the 1800s and its eventual relocation to Lake Havasu, Arizona. You will enjoy visiting the many shops and the old London Pub.
OTHER IMPORTANT SPEEDWAY INFORMATION
Handicap Facilities Las Vegas Motor Speedway seeks to provide reasonable accommodations for all qualified individuals with disabilities. Please contact the speedway ticket office at (800) 644-4444.
WILL CALL Up until Thursday of race week will call is located at the Main Ticket Office, Located inside the administration building (three story building that says tickets/gift shop at the top)
General Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday 8am – 5pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 11am - 5pm
Starting THURSDAY of race week will call is at our Satellite Ticket Office: Located directly behind the administration building, small white building
Hours of Operation (located at the Satellite Ticket Office):
Thursday, March 6 8am - 5pm
Friday, March 7 8am - 6pm
Saturday, March 8 8am - 5pm
Sunday, March 9 7am - 2pm
Credential Office is located off of Las Vegas Blvd. at Entry 2. We strongly suggest driving to this location before parking for the event. A free credential shuttle is provided for those that have already parked on property; pick up location is outside of the Administration Building. Look for large Credential shuttle sign.
Questions concerning will call should be directed to Ticket Services.
Call us at 800-644-4444
Email us at TicketServices@lvms.com
Instant chat with us by selecting the instant chat feature on our website
Customers should bring the following when coming to will call:
Picture ID Account
Credit Card used to purchase
If tickets are being left for you by someone or by an organization please have a way to contact them in case there is an issue.
Credentials and Will Call are not in close proximity to each other. Please make sure you know which location your items will be left at.
LVMS does accept but is not responsible for third party will call.
There are no refunds for unclaimed will call tickets for any event.
Tickets can be left at Will Call starting 10 days out from the first event day. Prior to this time tickets are mailed to address on account unless otherwise noted. If you need your tickets to be left at will call prior to this time please contact Ticket Services at 800-644-4444 for assistance.
Print your tickets from the comfort of your home with our Print-At-Home option for gate admission tickets (excludes Suite, Clubhouse and any other specialty event pass). For additional information on Print-A-Home please contact Ticket Services at 800-644-4444 or log on to your account at lvms.com to see if this option is available to you. (minimal Ticketmaster service fee applies)
ATM Locations at LVMS
1) Behind the grandstands, next to elevator five.
2) The lobby entrance to Speedway World gift shop (inside the administration building).
3) A portable machine will also be available outside of turn four next to the Nextel Cup sign.
Medical (at LVMS) Fans in need of medical attention can find assistance behind grandstand sections one and three. Other satellite care centers on the LVMS property will be marked with mini-blimps displaying the Red Cross symbol.
Key points that wheelchair-bound guests would want to know prior to arrival at LVMS.
Handicap Shuttle pick-ups
LVMS offers ADA Van Service and ADA Golf Cart Shuttle Service. Vans and golf carts are available at each of the designated handicap parking areas or you can call (702) 632-8006.
Yes, this is available. Please visit the event for more information.
Service animals are allowed, arrangements should be made in advance with LVMS.
Located throughout the facility and are marked by wheelchair signage posted at the entrance of the buildings.
Physically impaired guests
Physically impaired guests will be permitted to use ONLY purpose-built, single-person, motorized vehicles which must be credentialed by LVMS or SMI Properties. Purpose-built, single-person, motorized assistance vehicles may not enter into the grandstands and grandstand walkways. Purpose-built, single-person, motorized assistance vehicles may be utilized on the Concourse. Physically impaired guests may store these purpose-built, single-person, motorized assistance vehicles at the Earnhardt orPettyTerraceCareCenterswhile accessing the grandstands. The guest must inform the medical staff inside theCareCenterbefore leaving these vehicles. Contact Golf Cart Services at (702) 643-0679 for all inquiries regarding credentials. A certificate of insurance is required for all golf carts that are credentialed and operated on LVMS property.
LVMS does not rent wheelchairs to guests. If guests need assistance they may use the LVMS provided ADA Van Service and ADA Golf Cart Shuttle Service.
ADA Van Rides
Please contact the Handicap/ADA Van dispatch personnel next to Fan Assistance. Use the form provided to take down the proper information to pass on to the Handicap/ADA staff. Always ask them to go to the nearest Tram Stop. If there is none in a relatively close walking distance, please ask them to stand next to a visual marker.