Game Day Transportation

A favorite among visiting and local football fans, the LSU Game Day / CATS Touchdown Express is back with five downtown pick-up locations. For only $10 per game, the Touchdown Express offers a safe, easy and convenient transportation for Tiger Fans! Tickets can be purchased at each location or online at brcats.org. For more Touchdown Express information call (225) 389-8282.

Touchdown Express (CATS)


$10.00 One (1) game
$60.00 Seven (7) Game Pass

TOUCHDOWN EXPRESS LOCATIONS

Hollywood Casino
Lafayette Street at Convention Street (Hotel Indigo)
Lafayette Street at Main Street (Hampton Inn & Suites)
St. Philip Street at France Street (Belle of Baton Rouge)
Florida Street at I -110 (under the interstate)

Please visit www.brcats.com or call 225-389-8282 for more information on routes and schedule.

Pastime Gameday Shuttle


The Pastime Shuttle runs as many buses as needed to transport guest non-stop to and from the game for $12. The first shuttle leaves three (3) hours before the kick-off and shuttles will leave approximately every 30 minutes thereafter or until the shuttle is 3/4 full. Pastime Restaurant located at 252 South Boulevard. For more Pastime shuttle information call (225) 343-5490 or (225) 344-6676 or visit Pastime’s website.

Private Transportation


Numerous private transportation options are also available.

Uber
Yellow Cab Baton Rouge
Reliant Transportation

Mississippi River Levee Bike Path


A 4.31 mile stretch of the levee bike path extends from the end of the downtown promenade just north of the I-10 Mississippi River Bridge and continues south past Skip Bertman Drive at LSU to Farr Park. The 15 foot wide path includes separate lanes for bicycles and walkers/joggers as well as lighting, seating and water fountains. The bike path links to the existing one mile riverfront promenade in Downtown Baton Rouge.

The Baton Rouge Levee offers many recreational activities. The activities range from biking to jogging, as well as, a quiet walk or rollerblading along the Mississippi River. People looking for a quick, downtown calorie-burning exercise can follow the .5 mile and 1.5 mile Levee Loop Paths on the map below. Come enjoy one of Baton Rouge’s greatest assets.

Riverfront Levee Multi-Use Path
View Levee Loop Paths