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Traffic flowing smoothly as Taylor Swift concert approaches

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A sign sits at the junction of Pembina Highway and Plaza Drive directing Taylor Swift concert traffic on Saturday.

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A sign sits at the junction of Pembina Highway and Plaza Drive directing Taylor Swift concert traffic on Saturday. Photo Store

Thousands of people arrived at Investors Group Field for Saturday's Taylor Swift concert with little to no traffic problems

Signs were put up on Pembina Highway dividing traffic into those with passes and those dropping people off at the venue. A separate lane for buses was also in place on University Crescent.

Event day parking outside the stadium had been set up. Parking spots were being sold for $10 at Pembina crossing.

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Updated on Saturday, June 22, 2013 at 5:19 PM CDT: adds photos

5:23 PM: fixes typo

10:27 PM: updates story

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