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Written by The Staff   
Thursday, 04 January 2007 16:00

DodgersWhile the Dodgers work to complete repair work to the Dodger Stadium foundation, in the near-term the organization is working to shorten long lines at concession stands and chronic congestion in parking lots. As reported by the LA Times:

The Dodgers are working on plans to improve traffic flow into and out of the parking lot, McCourt said, without offering details. He also said the Dodgers would open large merchandise stores in tents adjacent to the outfield pavilions, enabling the team to offer more items for sale. As a result, he said, the Dodgers can convert some merchandise stands within the stadium into additional concession stands.

The team also is completing a two-year project to repair the stadium foundation, a prelude to renovation and expansion of all concourse areas. That work could include a promenade near the pavilions, replacing the merchandise tents with a permanent gathering place where fans could beat traffic by arriving early to eat, drink and shop.
 
 
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