Cheaper drinks, more technology and less traffic are all part of a plan unveiled Monday by the San Francisco 49ers to improve the fan experience at Levi's Stadium.
Traffic and heat were two of the biggest complaints by fans last season, which prompted the team to make changes for this upcoming NFL season.
Team officials said more lanes will be available to get fans out of the parking lot after the game. In addition, extra lanes may open on nearby roads to get people to freeways faster.
The team also is looking to address the complaints about the heat at the stadium and how expensive drinks are. The 49ers in response are slashing prices for water by 75 cents and beer will be 25 cents cheaper.