Lot 44 Will Reopen Wednesday as Work Continues Nearby

Finishing work on Lot 44
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Finishing work on Lot 44

Most of the parking spaces in Lot 44, located north of Reynolds Razorback Stadium, will be available to permit-holders Wednesday, Aug. 8.

Some parking spaces in the lot will not be available because work  still being done in the vicinity.

Anyone parking in Lot 44 on Wednesday will need to enter from  Maple Street on the north or from Razorback Road on the west side of the lot.

Those who enter from Razorback Road will be sharing an access point with contractors, so caution will be necessary.

Crosswalks on Stadium Drive will not be available due to ongoing construction. As a matter of safety, anyone wanting to walk from Lot 44 to the heart of campus will need to use the crosswalk on Maple and then walk east along the north side of the street until they are past the construction projects.

Lot 44 will be designated as it was before being closed, with the majority of the spaces set aside for those with yellow faculty and staff permits. There will agian be a limited number of spaces for blue reserved permit-holders.

Construction work on Stadium Drive has not been completed yet, so the east entrance to Lot 44 is closed. The southern portion of the lot will remain fenced off as work continues on the stadium. 


David Wilson, Communications Director
Transit and Parking
479-575-6089, dbw010@uark.edu


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