PHOENIX RACEWAY ANNOUNCES TRANSPORTATION GUIDELINES FOR MARCH 17-19 CAMPING WORLD 500 WEEKEND

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Phoenix Raceway is encouraging fans to prepare for race day traffic by arriving early and enjoying the full NASCAR experience during the Camping World 500 event weekend, March 17-19. In addition to the Camping World 500 on Sunday, March 19 at 12:30 p.m. (local), the race weekend at Phoenix Raceway will include the DC Solar 200 NASCAR XFINITY Series race on Saturday, March 18 at 1:30 p.m. and Gatorade Pole Day on Friday, March 17 featuring Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Qualifying.

TRAFFIC

Phoenix Raceway, in collaboration with the Department of Public Safety, Arizona Department of Transportation, Maricopa County’s Department of Transportation and Sheriff’s Office, and the cities of Avondale and Goodyear, recommend the following when traveling to the raceway:

  • -> When exiting I-10, follow the directions of event signs and traffic control personnel to guide you to the track for the quickest and safest route. During the Camping World 500 event weekend at Phoenix Raceway, traffic safety will deploy more than 4,000 traffic cones, 600 barricades, approximately 75 people, and numerous special signs and vehicles to help ensure safe travel for the nearly 100,000 fans heading to the track.
  • -> Race fans can call 511 and press *7 when prompted for traffic updates.
  • -> On Sunday, the Camping World 500 should conclude at approximately 4 p.m. with the heaviest outbound flow of traffic expected to take place from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. During this period, motorists traveling on I-10 will experience intermittent closing of Exit 131 (Avondale Boulevard) to allow for the successful egress of race traffic.

PARK ‘N RIDE ENCOURAGED FOR SUNDAY

Due to the expected race day traffic on Sunday, March 19, Phoenix Raceway and local authorities are encouraging fans to utilize the highly efficient Park ‘N Ride program. Park ‘N Ride is located at the Ak-Chin Pavilion, just two blocks north of I-10 on 83rd Avenue (Exit 135). Phoenix Raceway has partnered with Divine Transportation to provide fans with temperature-controlled motor coaches while riding to and from the track. ADA compliant shuttle services will be available to make sure all race fans are able to get to the track safely. All NASCAR fans planning to use the Park ‘N Ride option are advised to enter Ak-Chin Pavilion at the 83rd Avenue entrance and park on Pavilion grounds. Motor coaches will transport patrons to a location near Gate 4 at the track. Pick-up after the race will be from the same location.

Park ‘N Ride services will be available from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., giving all NASCAR fans an alternate transportation option, before and after the race. The first shuttle will depart at 7:30 a.m. The raceway opens to the public Sunday at 8 a.m.

Cost for parking and shuttle services to and from track is $10 per car for fans without Phoenix Raceway-issued parking passes. Guests with Phoenix Raceway-issued parking passes or with a government-issued disability parking placard or plate can utilize the Park ‘N Ride at no charge.

DC SOLAR EV CHARGING STATIONS

Fans can go green with another new amenity to Phoenix Raceway this upcoming NASCAR weekend. Thanks to the partnership with DC Solar, Phoenix Raceway now offers preferred parking spaces for electric vehicles to park and charge their vehicles while attending the event. The spaces are available outside of Gate 3 near ADA and Suite parking. There are limited number of spaces available each day and in order to reserve a spot, fans will need to visit PhoenixRaceway.com/evparking.

PARKING

Parking Location Determines Exit: Fans driving their own vehicles to the track should remember that their ultimate parking location determines the exit they should take from I-10 to the race. Motorists who take the wrong routes may face major delays as they approach the track. ONLY those fans with Phoenix Raceway-issued parking passes and government-issued disability parking permits should exit at Avondale Boulevard (Exit 131). Refer to the reverse side of the parking pass for directions to the track. The pass color corresponds to a specific parking lot entry gate. Follow the event directional signs along Avondale Blvd. to ensure you are in the correct lane of traffic as you approach the track.

Phoenix Raceway is proud to offer nearly 900 accessible parking spaces on our property, and all fans who purchase a wheelchair-accessible seat to the race will receive a parking pass for a reserved accessible parking lot.  All general accessible parking spaces are available on a first come, first serve basis.  

The track provides a free shuttle system that operates along the southern edge of the facility. Guests who utilize the shuttle system will be dropped off near the entry gate outside turn 2.

Fans without a parking pass who plan to park in the lots designated as free parking must exit I-10 at either Litchfield Road (Exit 128) or Estrella Parkway (Exit 126) and travel south following directions of event signs and traffic control personnel to the parking lots.

DIRECTIONS

Directions to free parking lots – Eastbound:
Take Estrella Parkway (Exit 126). Drive south approximately five miles to Vineyard Road. Follow the directions of event signs and traffic control personnel to the parking lots. 

Directions to free parking lots – Westbound:
Take Litchfield Road (Exit 128). Drive south approximately two miles to MC 85. Drive west on MC 85 approximately one mile to Bullard Avenue. Drive south on Bullard Avenue and follow the directions of event signs and traffic control personnel to the parking lots. 

Directions for Local Traffic – MC 85 (Buckeye Road):
Local fans who travel on MC 85 (Buckeye Road) should exit on Litchfield Road or Bullard Avenue. Fans with special passes and permits only may use Avondale Boulevard.

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