Wheeling Police issue Super Six traffic and safety information

WHEELING, W.Va. — The Wheeling Police Department is sending out traffic and safety reminders to all fans in town for the Super Six this weekend.

The WPD has warned all travelers of increased traffic flow on Wheeling Island from Friday night until late Saturday night. Games will be played at 7 p.m. on Friday and Noon and 7 p.m. on Saturday.

Officers from the WPD will be directing traffic at the conclusion of all three games, and will have a heavy presence in and around Wheeling Island Stadium.

Safety reminders from WPD include:
1. Lock your vehicle at all times.
2. Smoking is not permitted inside the stadium, outside areas will be designated for smokers.
3. Portable Heaters are not permitted inside the stadium.
4. No alcohol is permitted in the area.

Parking & Traffic Information is as follows:
1. Handicapped parking is limited – plan ahead or drop off those with physical needs curbside.
2. Parking in the Casino lot is suggested (not street parking).
3. The Fort Henry Bridge (bridge that carries I-70) is the only way to access Wheeling Island. Watch for merging traffic when entering the highway. Speed Limit is 35 MPH.

All 3 games can be watched on the MetroNews Channel or heard on the MetroNews Radio Network.





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