COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ)
On Saturday, the University of Missouri Tigers faced off against the Kansas State Wildcats at 11 am. This was the first sold out game since 2019, which caused a concern for some traffic impacts.
However, multiple shuttle routes ran to help get fans to the game in time.
GOCOMO offered six different shuttle routes, running on a 10 minute cycle, free of charge throughout the day.
Downtown routes began running at 8:30 AM. The last pregame departure was at 10:45 AM.
Two of the routes ran through downtown, while the other four picked up from hotels including Super 8, Hampton Inn, Residence Inn, Candlewood Suites, La Quinta Inn & Suites, Holiday Inn, and the Hilton Garden.
Trips heading back from the game towards downtown began at the end of the third quarter with the final pickup being 30 minutes after the end of the game.
For hotels, there was one return trip 30 minutes after the end of the game.
Greenway Shuttle also ran routes to take spectators to the game.
All six of downtown Columbia's parking garages were also encouraged to be used. They were free of charge throughout the day.
Those planning to use the GOCOMO shuttles can find the shuttle schedule on their website or download the DoubleMap app to get live updates on routes throughout game days.