Know Your Parking and Transit Options During Holiday Breaks

Know Your Parking and Transit Options During Holiday Breaks
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The Transit and Parking Department will have an adjusted schedule for the Thanksgiving and winter breaks. Here's what you need to know for when class is not in session.

Transit Information

Transit will operate in a limited fashion during the breaks. The usual football routes are set to run for the Razorbacks' home game versus Missouri on Friday, Nov. 24.

Non-peak service will be in effect on Wednesday, Nov. 22, as well as Monday through Thursday the week after finals, Dec. 18-21. You can view the full 2023-24 transit calendar for specifics on bus operations during the breaks.

SafeRide will maintain its typical schedule on Monday-Tuesday of Thanksgiving week and will not operate Wednesday through Sunday, Nov. 22-26. The last day SafeRide will be available in the fall semester is Thursday, Dec. 14, and the service will resume on Tuesday, Jan. 16.  

Parking Information

All university permit holders can park in red resident reserved lots during Thanksgiving break (Nov. 22-24) and winter break (Dec. 18-Jan. 14). The lots are shown in red on the campus parking map. All other parking regulations should be followed during the breaks.

Any questions regarding Transit and Parking operations when class is not in session can be directed to 479-575-7275.


Gary K. Smith, director, Transit and Parking
Parking Program Operations

Drew Watzke, communications manager
Facilities Management and Transit & Parking


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