Bronco’s Free Shuttle for March Madness 3/15 – Boise, Idaho
Basketball fans from Boise and around the nation are getting ready for March Madness. The NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament starts its first and second rounds in Boise March 15 and 17 at Taco Bell Arena at
Thursday, March 15: The Bronco Gameday Shuttle will run Thursday, March 15.
Times:9:30am - approx. 10:40pm. The Shuttle will run two hours before the first game Thursday, March 15, and continue at regular intervals until approximately one hour after the final game of the day. The post-game Shuttle time depends on ridership.
Pick-up & Drop-off:
Downtown Boise:Front Street at 11th. The downtown pick-up and drop-off location will be marked with signage at the new 11th & Front parking garage.
Boise State University: As during the BSU football season, the drop-off point for Taco Bell Arena March Madness Tournament is the same campus location; the east side of Albertson's Stadium near Broadway Avenue. It's a short walk west past the stadium to Taco Bell Arena. A golf cart shuttle will be available between the drop-off and the arena for fans with limited mobility.
Cost:The Bronco Gameday Shuttle is FREE.
Parking in the 11th & Front Garage for Thursday, March 15 will be discounted atjust $3 per vehicle. As with other downtown parking garages, fans will pay at the garage.
Saturday, March 17: The Shuttle is not currently scheduled to run Saturday, March 17. Watch for updates as the Saturday schedule will depend on the tournament scheduling.
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