Over the years, Los Angeles traffic has been a concern for Dodger fans entering and leaving Dodger Stadium.

Rally Bus, the Social Mobility Network, is teaming up with the Los Angeles Dodgers to provide fans with an alternate system of transportation to and from Dodger Stadium. It will offer fans seats on a luxury charter bus from 20 different locations around the Los Angeles area.

Individuals can purchase a bus seat on MajorLeagueBus.com. Besides a ride to and from the stadium, purchase of a bus ticket includes a $10 gift card to Sports Authority. Another advantage is fans avoid paying for parking and the buses are able to access Bus Express Lanes where applicable.

Dodgers’ Senior Vice-President of External Affairs, Renata Simril, shared his happiness with the Dodgers being able to partner with Rally Bus and believes fans will enjoy the experience.

These buses were also created to help make Los Angeles a more pro-green city, as one fan-filled bus is said to be the equivalent of 20-30 cars on the road.

Rally Bus CEO Numaan Akram hopes that teaming up with the Dodgers will allow fans to spread the word around the country that Los Angeles is helping the environment by way of these buses. Akram has extended the Rally Bus service to not just MLB, but NASCAR and the PGA as well.

The Rally Bus will begin July 10-13 as the Dodgers take on the San Diego Padres at home. It will continue in an eight-game home stand featuring the Braves, Cubs and Angels from July 29 to Aug. 5.

Fans can find the Rally Bus schedule, pricing, and pick up locations for the Dodgers’ July games at dodgers.majorleaguebus.com.
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  1. Glayde Bolander

    This is nice, but I would appreciate greatly if they would bring the Dodgers back to local TV. I miss watching their games in my own home, Time Warner Cable does not even cover the area in which I live so I am totally blocked out. Sad day for Dodger fans.

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