Now that the Dodgers have advanced to the National League Championship Series, the stadium has experienced a very LA problem -- parking.
“We know we had a parking issue during our recent National League Division Series win against Atlanta,” Dodgers spokesperson Renata Simril said in a statement.
“We parked more than 20,000 cars and several hundred fans were unable to park at Dodger Stadium last Monday night," she continued. "We reached our capacity and some fans without parking passes were directed off-site. We were very sorry about inconveniencing these fans and felt we needed to do something to address this problem."
To make it up to the team's true blue fans, cars with four or more fans will be given free general parking for the remainder of the playoffs. Parking gates and turnstiles will open three hours prior to games, and fans are encouraged to arrive early.
And, as usual, fans can also ditch their cars altogether and ride free (with a game ticket) on the Dodger Stadium Express shuttle from Union Station to the Stadium.