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RFK Express: Changes when United is home

Mentioned this the other day, but it's worth reinforcing. One thing the Nationals players have said over and over about Nationals Park is that it's great they don't have to share it with anyone, a thinly veiled swipe at DC United. (United, in turn, is happy those spike-wearing baseball players are off their pitch.)

Some Nats fans, however, will still deal with sharing something with United -- and that would be the parking lots at RFK Stadium. Are you from Virginia? Get used to pulling into Lot 8 right off the highway? Planning on doing that for the RFK Express to get to Nationals Park tomorrow night?

Think again. Here's the official release from the Nationals.

Nats Express to Operate Out of RFK Lot 7 During D.C. United Home Games

WHAT: Washington Nationals fans choosing to park for free at RFK Stadium and take the Nats Express to Nationals Park may park in Lot 7 on all D.C. United home game dates. RFK Stadium Lot 8 will not be available to Nationals fans on Wednesday, April 9 or any future date in which the Nationals and D.C. United each play at home. Lot 7 may be accessed off the Whitney Young Bridge (East Capitol Street ) or off of Oklahoma Avenue . The Nats Express begins ninety minutes prior to Nationals home games.

WHO: Washington Nationals Fans choosing to take the free Nats Express

WHEN: Wednesday, April 9; Saturday, April 26; Saturday, May 24; Wednesday, June 4; Sunday, June 22; Sunday, June 29; Saturday, August 2; Saturday, August 30

WHERE: RFK Memorial Stadium; Lot 7; Oklahoma Ave & East Capitol Streets, SE

By Barry Svrluga  |  April 8, 2008; 3:00 PM ET
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