Some Penn State football fans will pay to park next spring at the Blue-White Game.
The charges are to pay for costs associated with the game, according to a Penn State Athletics release.
Penn State Athletics said the game costs the university more than $500,000 and that staff was reduced from about 700 to 650 in 2016 to lower expenses. About $60,000 is spent for clean-up outside Beaver Stadium after the game.
Season ticket holders will not pay to park. Their Blue-White Game parking also will be in lots adjacent to the stadium.
Fans arriving on game day for the 2017 Blue-White game who did not have a 2016 season car or RV parking permit will be charged $20, cash only.