a collage of eight photos showing a stakeholder meeting, people boarding a bus, a changeable message sign displaying the message race traffic, cars traversing a roadway where barricades delineate travel lanes, a closed-circuit television camera, a crowd of people standing near a train and traversing a pedestrian overpass, two implementation plans, and three traffic management team personnel gathered around a laptop computer

Managing Travel for Planned Special Events

Appendix I. Example Traffic Flow Maps

traffic flow map for the NASCAR Kansas 400 D

NASCAR Kansas 400
Source: Reference 15 (Chapter 6)

map showing traffic into the Talladega (AL) Superspeedway. Several roads are indicated with a hot tip icon, indicating that the route is not usually congested during event ingress

Talladega (AL) Superspeedway
Source: www.talladegasuperspeedway.com

Note: "Hot Tip" indicates route not usually congested during event ingress.

map showing parking lots, access points, rail stops, and traffic flow direction to the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA D

Staples Center – Los Angeles, CA
Source: www.staplescenter.com

screen shot of web page for Speedweeks 2002 Daytona, with a map showing exit routes for the NASCAR Daytona 500 D

NASCAR Daytona 500
Source: www.daytona500.com

map indicating inbound traffic for the Homestead Miami (FL) Speedway

Homestead Miami (FL) Speedway
Source: www.homesteadmiamispeedway.com

two traffic maps are shown for the Michigan International Speedway, one for Inbound Traffic on Sunday Only and one for Outbound Traffic on Sunday Only D

Michigan International Speedway
Source: www.mispeedway.com

three maps indicating directions to the Texas Motor Speedway from Fort Worth, Dallas, and Denton

Texas Motor Speedway
Source: www.texasmotorspeedway.com

map indicating directions to the Martinsville (VA) Speedway D

Martinsville (VA) Speedway
Source: www.martinsvillespeedway.com