The Las Vegas stadium report proposed four off-site parking locations to accommodate Raiders fans when the franchise moves to Sin City in 2020.
The sites include The Orleans, a parking lot on Las Vegas Boulevard and Blue Diamond Road, a lot on Arville and Tropicana and another lot on Las Vegas Boulevard and Arby Avenue.
The lots in total would provide fans anywhere from 12,000 to 14,650 places to park. The plan also includes 2,375 on-site parking spaces, according to county documents.
The parking plan, which was submitted by the Las Vegas Stadium Events Company, LLC., calls for shuttle buses to and from all four sites.
According to the report, the commute from the Orleans will take anywhere from six to eight minutes. Meanwhile the commute from the property on Arville and Tropicana was estimated to take five to seven minutes.
Raiders fans traveling to the stadium from the Las Vegas Boulevard and Arby Avenue property will get there in six to eight minutes, according to the proposal.
The proposal commute from the Las Vegas Boulevard and Blue Diamond Property is ten to 13 minutes.
The board of commissioners is expected to convene for a zoning meeting to discuss the stadium's parking plan on Sep. 5 at 9 a.m.
FOX5 traveled to the stadium from the proposed parking sites during work week traffic, which does not factor in the high volume of cars and traffic expected during game days.
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