City of Chaska News Flash

Posted on: September 22, 2016

Transportation to the Ryder Cup for Chaska Residents

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SouthWest Transit will operate a bus service for attendees who will be dropped off by hired or personal vehicles. The fee will be $5 round-trip per person, per day (cash only). There will be no parking or staging of vehicles at the drop-off locations. However, bicyclists may lock their bikes at drop-off locations each day and you may walk to the pickup locations as well. Cost: $5.00 round trip per passenger Cash Only - Fare box does not make change Pay when you board the bus at the SW Transit location Pick Up Locations: • SouthWest Village – (Hwy 212 and Hwy 101 Chanhassen) • Chanhassen High School (Lyman Blvd and Lake Hazeltine Drive – Chanhassen) • East Creek Station (Hwy 212 and Hwy 41 – Chaska) • Carver Station (Hwy 212 and Jonathan Carver Blvd – Carver) Parking at the locations above is only available to those individuals who have received the proper credentials/hang tags though SouthWest Transit and the PGA of America. • Individuals issued “BLACK hang-tags” may park any time Tuesday – Sunday at all four locations. • Individuals issued “GREEN hang-tags” can park any time at Chanhassen High School or Carver Station, or after 9am at East Creek Station and the SouthWest Village Station. On Saturday and Sunday, those with either hang-tag can park at all four locations throughout the day. If you do not have proper credentials please arrange a personal or hired vehicle drop off to board the bus service. Bicyclists may lock their bikes at drop-off locations each day or riders may walk to the pickup locations. For the safety and security of all spectators, pedestrian or bicycle access will not be permitted directly to the 2016 Ryder Cup. This policy is strictly enforced and there will be no exceptions.

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