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Motor Speedway Says Better Parking Exits will Help Traffic Troubles
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Motor Speedway Says Better Parking Exits will Help Traffic Troubles

Officials at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway expect less traffic troubles for the upcoming NASCAR weekend than in years past.

The officials are pointing to changes at the Lucky 7 Preferred parking lot as one of the reasons traffic will not as bad as years past. The parking lot is the only paid lot on the motor speedway property. This year a third exit lane will be open on Saturday and Sunday.

“We have a commitment to people who purchase a premium parking pass to expedite their exit as quickly as possible,” LVMS president Powell said. “For those who are concerned about making a quick exit, we recommend either purchasing a Lot 7 pass or using one of the various means of mass transportation.”

The motor speedway also says there will be an emphasis on people parking illegally along Hollywood Boulevard. Cars parking along the street in areas with a posted no parking signs will be towed.

Security will also be double checking the validity of handicapped passes on vehicles.

NASCAR weekend starts Thursday, March 6 with a free test day for the Sprint Cup Series. Stratosphere Pole Day will be Friday and the two big races, the Kobalt 400 Sprint Cup Series race and Boyd Gaming 300 Nationwide series, set for Saturday and Sunday.

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