Game Day Transportation

A favorite among visiting and local football fans, the LSU Game Day / CATS Touchdown TRAX is back with two downtown pick-up locations: Hotel Indigo and Interstate 110 Underpass @ Florida Boulevard For only $10 per game, the Touchdown TRAX offers a safe, easy and convenient transportation for Tiger Fans! For more Touchdown TRAX information call (225) 389-8282 or at

Touchdown TRAX (CATS)

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

Tickets can be purchased online at on the UMO Mobility App (available on the App Store and Google Play) and at the CATS Terminal-2250 Florida Boulevard. Tickets can also be purchased in person at the CATS terminal in advance of game day or from CATS staff at one of the pick-up locations on game day.

We highly encourage you to buy tickets ahead of time! Credit cards and/or exact cash is encouraged for game day ticket purchases. Tickets will not be available for purchase after the game, if you wish to ride, you must purchase a round-trip ticket prior to the game.


Lafayette Street at Convention Street (Hotel Indigo)
Florida Street at I -110 (under the interstate)

Please visit or call 225-389-8282 for more information on routes and schedules.

Pastime Gameday Shuttle

The Pastime Tiger Transit runs to and from the Pastime and Tiger Stadium for all LSU Home Football Games. Pastimes ask that you park under the Mississippi River Bridge in the bridge lot and not in their small lot in front of the building. Tickets are on sale inside the restaurant. They also request guests come in and place their meal order, then purchase their Transit Tickets and enjoy pre-game at the Pastime. The buses will start leaving for Tiger Stadium 4 hours prior to kickoff. Each bus will leave as they fill up. There is no set time for the last bus to the game and it will be determined according to the traffic. Round Trip Tickets are $12.00 each. One way to the game only is $6.00. 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.

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. Take your own bike or utilize one of Gotcha Bike Share's.

Riverfront Levee Multi-Use Path
Gotcha Bike Share