Parking and Transportation will be implementing new regulations beginning Fall Semester 2017 in an effort to accurately calculate lot occupancy and permit utilization. What do these changes mean for you? Students will no longer be issued parking decals and hang tags for faculty/staff will be used for gate entrance only. Your license plate will become your parking permit, therefore backing into or pulling thru spaces will no longer be allowed making your license plate to be visible at all times. This new license plate recognition software will also open up a variety of online options as well, so it’s possible that you won’t have to step foot in the Parking and Transportation office again.
Please, check back here periodically for updates and status changes pertaining to this new regulation.
During Spring Break, Parking and Transportation will be performing maintenance projects in several lots around campus. This schedule is subject to change based on project priority, weather, and surface conditions. We ask that you familiarize yourself with these closures and plan accordingly. When possible, notice signage will be posted in these areas the day preceding each closure.
All Week, March 13-17
Re-striping Various Intersections
We will be repainting some of the intersection markings within the parking lots. Travel lanes with wet paint will be indicated by orange cones and removed once dry. Exercise courtesy and caution when traveling by these areas.
Re-striping stall lines throughout Lot 42.
Friday, March 17
Re-striping stall lines in faculty/staff area between the Herty and Hollis buildings (0201 & 0200).
We will be painting the interior rows of the lot, completing the re-stripe project which began last March. On this date, the lot will be closed by 7am to all vehicle traffic, including golf carts, university vehicles, contractors/vendors and ADA spaces. The lot will not reopen until 5pm. Please plan accordingly when arriving to campus. The map below indicates nearby parking available during this time.
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Thank you in advance for your cooperation as we improve these lots. Please contact our office with any questions or concerns.
Enforcement During Intersession
During Spring Break, March 13-17, parking permits will not be required to park on campus. General safety, state law and 24-hour space violations will remain enforced.
Permit enforcement will be resume on Monday, March 20 2017. All parking policies will be enforced on this date.
Transit will not be operating during this break. Please visit the Campus Transit Page for route information by academic term.
During this break, Parking & Transportation will be open Monday through Friday, 8am – 5pm.
We will resume normal office hours at 7:30am, Monday, March 20 2017. To reiterate, parking permits will be required beginning Monday, March 20 2017. All parking policies will be enforced on this date.