"It's going to be a lot easier for fans to navigate through campus and find their lot," Bonnette said. "It's not going to change where they park, it will have a number designated instead of a letter."
Bonnette says LSU is also trying to make it easier for fans to get to their parking lot. He says at lsusports.net/parking
fans can find a suggested access route to the parking lot they plan on using for the game.
"Just enter your inbound direction on Interstate 10 and it will give you a suggested route based on pregame traffic restrictions," Bonnette said. "Hopefully this will ease the flow and allow fans to find their parking lot a little bit easier."
Bonnette also remins fans who sit in the south end zone, they will have to enter the stadium on the either east or west side of Tiger Stadium, because the work on expanding that part of the stadium is still ongoing.
The Tigers home opener is Saturday night against UAB.