Fans heading to Manuka Oval for Canberra's first ever AFL night game on Friday are being warned to leave their cars at home.
Free shuttle bus services will operate around Canberra and road closures are set to be in place in the area.
The warning comes a month after cricket fans were handed $17,000 in fines after parking on grassland and other unauthorised areas during the one-day international at Manuka Oval.
Ticket holders for Friday's Greater Western Sydney and Essendon match will receive free travel on ACTION bus services from anywhere in Canberra, with a free shuttle service operating from the City Bus Station.
From 5pm buses will leave every 20 minutes from platform 3 at the City Bus Station and from platform 10 at the Woden Bus Station.
After the match, the free shuttle services will operate from the eastern side of the oval and take passengers to the Gungahlin, Belconnen and Tuggeranong Bus Stations, as well as Woden and Civic.
Two road closures will be in place from 4.30pm.
Fitzroy Street will be closed between Empire Circuit and Manuka Circle, andManuka Circle will be closed between New South Wales Crescent and Canberra Avenue.
For more information on bus timetables, go to www.action.act.gov.au