Tens of thousands of football fans will be in Iowa City this weekend as two top ranked teams, the University of Iowa and Penn State University, battle at Kinnick Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021. Kickoff is at 3 p.m., but fans will begin to arrive around the stadium and Downtown Iowa City earlier in the day.
Iowa City visitors attending the game are encouraged to check out one of the City's six downtown parking facilities:
Capitol Street Ramp – 220 S. Capitol Street
Dubuque Street Parking Ramp – 220 S. Dubuque Street
Court Street Transportation Center – 150 E. Court Street
Tower Place Parking Ramp – 335 Iowa Avenue
Harrison Street Parking Ramp – 175 E. Harrison Street
Chauncey Swan Ramp – 415 E. Washington Street
More information about City ramps can be found here.
Park and ride the CAMBUS free shuttle to Kinnick Stadium from Downtown
University of Iowa CAMBUS provides free direct shuttle service for the public from the Downtown Transit Interchange on the 10 Block of East Washington Street. The Capitol Street Ramp, Dubuque Street Ramp, and the Court Street Transportation Center are the closest to the shuttle service, however all six downtown parking facilities are within a short walk.
The CAMBUS "Football Shuttle - Downtown" route takes passengers to Kinnick Stadium and the UIHC / VA Hospital Campus via Newton Road before, during, and after the game. Shuttle service details and hours of operation are available here. Masks are required by federal law.
Iowa City Transit Service to Kinnick Stadium, UIHC, and VA Hospital area
To reach Kinnick Stadium or the UIHC/VA area on game days, Iowa City Transit’s closest stops are on Benton Street at the Seville Apartments stop (8122), at Oaknoll (8123), and at the intersection of Court Street and Capitol Street (7077).
As in years past, Iowa City Transit is not able to serve the areas around Kinnick Stadium or Melrose Avenue on home football games due to road closures and congestion.