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Budget Summation Shows How High Costs Come With Transit and Parking Services
New parking garages are estimated to cost about $24,000 per space, not including the land or maintenance costs.
Some Parking Citations May Be Handled Through the Work It Off Program
U of A students can do community service as payment for a parking citation of $50 or less through the Work It Off Program.
Drivers Reminded of Slight Changes in Two Campus Garages
The changes effect the Harmon Avenue Garage and the Garland Avenue Garage
Free Parking Spots to Be Limited to 30 Minutes
Merchants and the University of Arkansas Bookstore requested the reduced time to help cut down on the number of people parking at Garland but not doing business at the center.
Faculty and Staff parking Lot 14C to Close Due to Construction
The lot, at the northwest corner of Gregg Avenue and Reagan Street will be closed from Dec. 14 until August 2019. Lots 15A, 38, 78 and 78A are available for staff and faculty.
Transit and Parking Cuts Back on Emails
For many, the email notifications about parking related to athletic events on campus will be reduced to two reminders.
Transit and Parking Modifies Schedules for Thanksgiving Week
Use of parking lots will still be affected by athletic events. Razorback Transit buses will not run from Thanksgiving Day through Sunday, Nov. 22-25.
Warning Citations Often Utilized on First Offense for Parking Illegally
Especially early in a semester when new students are figuring out where everything is, a parking warning provides the best option for education, but some infractions require citations.
Razorback Transit Jobs Are a Good Option for Some
Drivers must be at least 18 years old and must take extensive training from Razorback Transit.
Transit and Parking Has New Online Endeavor
To better connect with students and employees, the University of Arkansas Transit and Parking Department has launched a new online effort called Talk T&P.