2022 World Games Transit Line Route Updates « The Official Website for the City of Birmingham, Alabama

Birmingham, AL – An update has been made to the 2022 World Games Yellow Line transit route, which will continue to operate east to west from Avondale to CrossPlex. Additionally, it will now be picked up and dropped off at the Hub, which is located at 22nd Street North and Rev. Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd. Pickups for the yellow line will begin at 7 a.m. Please be at the Yellow Line pick-up points by 10:30 p.m. for return trips to your vehicle or final destination. Round trips will take place until 11 p.m.

New signage has been installed to indicate that the west yellow line is for CrossPlex, UAB and Railroad Park/Powell Steam Plant. New signage has been installed to show that Yellow Line East covers Sloss Furnaces, Avondale and Avondale Park. The West Yellow Line pick-up location at CrossPlex has been moved to W Avenue and 46th Street between the Bill Harris Arena and the AG Gaston Boys and Girls Club.

As a reminder, there will be no changes to the Red Line, which covers Downtown Homewood/SoHo, Vulcan Park, Five Points South, 20th Street Corridor and the Hub. Pick up for the Red the line starts at 7am Passengers must be at the Red Line pick-up points by 10:30 p.m. for return journeys to your vehicle or final destination. Round trips will take place until 11 p.m.

There is no change to the blue line for Legion land to the hub. There is no change for the Green Line, which covers the East World Games car park, Railroad Park/Powell Steam Plant, Pepper Place, Avondale Park and Sloss. The last pick up from the Legion Field parking lot for the blue line and the East World Games parking lot for the green line will be at 10:30 p.m. However, if you are on the blue line or the green line and you are at a World Games venue where the event lasts a long time and you need to take one of these shuttles back to your vehicle, these two lines will go back and forth until midnight. .

These two lines start at 9am

For more information on the transit line, please visit www.twg2022.com/ride. For more information on the 2022 World Games, visit www.birminghamal.gov/worldgamesfaq and www.twg2022.com.

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