More Options for Parking Permit Holders
Individuals on campus with any current parking permit may now use red resident reserved and blue reserved parking lots, as indicated on the Transit and Parking online parking map.
Transit and Parking advises motorists to continue to abide by usual parking requirements as they pertain to 24-hour signed reserved and ADA parking spaces.
Individuals are also reminded that usual expectations are still in place, which include parking only in spaces clearly marked for parking, and avoiding fire lanes, painted curbs, building entrances, and sidewalk areas.
In addition, drivers should not park in any of the campus garages without the appropriate permit, because Transit and Parking has begun maintenance work there that is usually not done until the summer months.
This includes annual cleaning, painting, and repairs.
David Wilson, communications director
Transit and Parking
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