The short answer is yes it will affect parking. They've already installed numerous sky bridges to help people keep traffic moving.Nice. Will this affect parking?
I seem to remember they were working on SkyBridges or tunnels or something to help pedestrians cross the street while allowing motorists to keep traffic flowing.
It's got to be better for the team to all be at one location and be able to do walk throughs in the actual stadium. I'm excited.I'm going to miss it right here at Nova.
I worked near St. Thomas University for years when they practiced there, and I missed them being there when they moved to Nova.
Moral of the story, I'll adjust.
Agreed. Has to help with the mentality. Should help create a more collegiate feeling to it being all on campus. Getting out there is a pain in the butt sometimes is the only problem. It's a good haul from where most of the players live I would assume. It's 10 miles south of Nova miles mean nothing in that megalopolis relating to time of drive. Hope the new rookies keep in mind where they have to drive to each day. When I worked in South Beach I only lived 9 miles from home but sometimes that was 2 to 2&1/2 hours drive. Had a friend who lived in key Biscayne. He'd sometimes be in the car for over threee hours to get home but only worked 5 miles away.I think it's a great idea that it's close to the stadium so they can see the house they need to protect when they practice