||The flow of fans into the stadium.
||The flow of fans out of the stadium.
||Any parking lot that is offsite from the stadium is considered satellite parking. Shuttle buses are often required to transport fans to and from the stadium.
||Methods of transport other than driving or flying, such as the subway and the commuter rail.
||Parking along the street, as opposed to in a parking lot.
||The practice of grilling food, drinking, and socializing around cars and trucks in a stadium parking lot. Lots of sports fans enjoy arriving early to games, parking, and then partying before the game.
||Fluid, not fixed, parking prices that can increase or decrease due to small and/or short- term changes in supply and demand. Dynamic pricing for parking is facilitated by the Internet and mobile technology.
||Costs incurred by a business regardless of how much goods and services are produced. These might include, for example, salaries. These costs are not connected to profit and loss but must be paid on a regular basis, as stipulated in a contract.
||Costs incurred by a business that vary from month to month or year to year. These might include the cost of food, snow removal, and so on.