Tips for Plateau Seahawk fans driving to the NFC championship game | WSDOT

The Seahawks play for the NFC championship Sunday. - Photo courtesy WSDOT
The Seahawks play for the NFC championship Sunday.
— image credit: Photo courtesy WSDOT

WSDOT provided this information for those on the Plateau traveling to the Seahawks' game.

This is the biggest football game ever played in Seattle, (fact: the Seahawks have never hosted  a conference championship).

There are several ways to get to the game before the 3:30 p.m. kickoff, such as the Metro shuttle which departs the Eastgate Park and Ride, and the Sounder train.

If you’re driving (or navigating), the I-90 express lanes will be open westbound for 12th Man traffic, and switched to eastbound afterwards.

Don’t forget to check this nifty parking website to help you find a garage, which will be much easier than Colin Kaepernick finding an open receiver on Sunday. Go ‘Hawks!

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