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    Any expert here that can see if the saturday traffic jam is also now potential thing? Last year we had a standstill in a way to Jyväskyla for 3 hours. In a main big road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oliverk View Post
    Any expert here that can see if the saturday traffic jam is also now potential thing? Last year we had a standstill in a way to Jyväskyla for 3 hours. In a main big road.
    It's a good idea to avoid the Road 9 during Saturday. You can access Jyväskylä through the roads 23 and 604, for example. Might a bit longer, but could be a lot faster.

    Another possible traffic jam is in the middle of Friday, when all spectators are moving from East to West of Jyväskylä. You might want to try the Kärkinen bridge near the Oittila stage or then use a route on the North side of Jyväskylä.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oliverk View Post
    Any expert here that can see if the saturday traffic jam is also now potential thing? Last year we had a standstill in a way to Jyväskyla for 3 hours. In a main big road.
    Last year there were no evening stage in Jyväskylä on Saturday, so that could change the situation a bit, but definitely that'll be heavy traffic. Most likely very and I mean heavy traffic jams expected also on Friday midday when spectators are leaving Ruuhimäki.
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    +1 Spectators from Ruuhimäki 2 to the afternoon loop (Humalamäki etc.) should create the biggest traffic jam of the championship.
    Saturday during the day traffic to Jyväskylä should be quite ok but in the 2nd loop it will be a mess with many spectators going to Laajavuori. Also the road from Jämsä to Kuhmoinen will be very busy, with many spectators combining Pihlajakoski and Arvaja.
    On sunday between Oittila and Laajavuori there could be a lot of traffic too. There's 2 hours between the stages and a theoretical drive of 50 minutes, so a lot of people will try, nearly all through the same road.

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    Looking at this years route you will definitely need a plan b maybe even c if you plan on moving around , a good recce will be required, as Anttil states sometimes the longer route is the faster option.

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    Looking at the passes for this event. Rally pass €85 and City pass €65?? Does both these passes have to be purchased or do the rally pass (€85) cover all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DocMS View Post
    Looking at the passes for this event. Rally pass €85 and City pass €65?? Does both these passes have to be purchased or do the rally pass (€85) cover all?

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    Rally pass includes all. City pass includes entry to all Jyväskylä stages and Service Park. The stages in Jkl are Harju and Laajavuori.

    But, that price of rallypass just keeps creeping up every year. Yes Finland is an expensive country but still damn...

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    Quote Originally Posted by masa90 View Post
    Rally pass includes all. City pass includes entry to all Jyväskylä stages and Service Park. The stages in Jkl are Harju and Laajavuori.

    But, that price of rallypass just keeps creeping up every year. Yes Finland is an expensive country but still damn...
    Perfect. Long as i buy rally pass and get all stage access and service im happy out

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    Quote Originally Posted by masa90 View Post
    But, that price of rallypass just keeps creeping up every year. Yes Finland is an expensive country but still damn...
    Indeed, the price goes up every year, but even now it's still OK. With all the €5 parking tickets, it's well over 100 euros for the entry. But - if you compare, music festivals (2-3 days) are well over 150 euros nowadays, single artist shows close to 100 euros, theater and opera tickets 60-80 euros, even movies are 15 euros or more at most cinemas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hartusvuori View Post
    Indeed, the price goes up every year, but even now it's still OK. With all the €5 parking tickets, it's well over 100 euros for the entry. But - if you compare, music festivals (2-3 days) are well over 150 euros nowadays, single artist shows close to 100 euros, theater and opera tickets 60-80 euros, even movies are 15 euros or more at most cinemas.
    They should create a parking pass.
    Never stop dreaming because one day it might happen.

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