In response to the e-mail sent out earlier today
from the Nationals saying that non-season ticket holders will be able to park at RFK and ride a shuttle to the new ballpark
for free, the city is saying that the deal isn't done, according to Wednesday's Post
: "The Washington Nationals said for the first time yesterday that the team expects some fans to park at RFK Stadium next season and ride a shuttle bus to the new ballpark more than two miles away. But the team's announcement that fans will be able to park for free at RFK, property controlled by the city, surprised D.C. officials, who said they have not signed off on the plan." And, in addition to the negotiations not being yet finalized, there's questions on how such shuttles would work, given how traffic-filled the routes between RFK and South Capitol Street can be.