Vikki Vargas, Lori Bentley
Three Angels games, a new Disneyland Resort exhibit, multiple concerts and special events are set to slam the city of Anaheim with traffic. Vikki Vargas reports from outside Angel Stadium for the NBC4 News at 6 p.m. on June 15, 2012.
Orange County began its very own Carmageddon Friday with a series of crowd-generating events expected to draw a crush of weekend traffic to Anaheim.
Three Angels games, a new Disneyland Resort exhibit, multiple concerts and special events are set to slam the city with traffic.
Commuters are being advised to plan ahead, carpool or take public transit.
The weekend's events include:
Disneyland officials plans to move 2,500 of its employees to other parking lots to accommodate the record crowds expected for Cars Land.
The "Angels Express" Metrolink train will provide service Friday night to Anaheim from the Mission Viejo/Laguna Niguel Station, Los Angeles' Union Station and Riverside.
No additional bus service is being offered, a spokeswoman with the Orange County Transit Authority said. Schedules are at www.octa.net/anaheimevents.