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JTA Gameday Xpress Open for Saints / Packers Game

JACKSONVILLE, FL.  – The Jacksonville Transportation Authority’s (JTA) Gameday Xpress shuttles will be open as the New Orleans Saints take on the Green Bay Packers at TIAA Bank Field on Sunday, September 12, 2021.

The Gameday Xpress will provide direct round-trip service from two Downtown Jacksonville Park-n-Ride locations to TIAA Bank Filed for just $8 per person. Service begins at 2:25 p.m. and ends one hour after the game is over.

Gameday Xpress Locations:

  • Florida State College at Jacksonville Downtown – 101 West State St., Jacksonville, FL 32202
  • Kings Avenue Parking Garage – 1003 Kings Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32207

Customers must purchase secure mobile tickets through either the MyJTA or Token Transit mobile applications, available for iOS and Android devices. To improve and speed up boarding, please download mobile apps and purchase tickets before you arrive. JTA Staff will be available onsite to assist if needed.

Gameday Xpress Reminders:

  • Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Directive requires everyone to wear a mask while using public transportation services, including the Gameday Xpress.
  • Gameday Xpress buses and locations are ADA accessible, however we encourage customers with special needs to use the FSCJ Downtown parking location.
  • Gameday Xpress customers are permitted to bring coolers and other small items like foldable chairs on board as long as they do not impede the aisles or take up too much space. You cannot store or leave those items on board. The JTA is not responsible for any unattended, lost or stolen items but will make every attempt to locate your belongings.
  • If you accidentally leave something on board, please notify the nearest JTA official as soon as possible or may also contact JTA Customer Service at (904) 630-3100.
  • Please review TIAA Bank Field’s Clear Bag Policy and the list of prohibited items you cannot bring with you into the stadium.

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