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Although the University Bicycle Resource Center (UBRC) remains closed, there are still opportunities to learn about bike maintenance! Monthly programming moved online in the fall, and more virtual classes are coming this spring.
Campus electric vehicle charging options have expanded in six parking lots, for a total of 36 dedicated stalls across 13 locations. Use of charging stations is cost-free to permit holders and paid visitor parking customers for up to four hours.
The Linden Drive Garage (Lot 67) opens on the west side of campus January 13. Visitor and permit parking will be available in the newest campus gated parking facility.
The winter holidays in December and January will close Transportation Services offices and operations and affect Metro Transit bus service.
Certain permit requirements are waived in some surface lots on Friday, Nov. 27 due to Metro reduced service. Campus bus service will switch to recess service on Nov. 27, resuming standard service at the start of the spring semester.
Campus administration has authorized a temporary expansion of reduced cost parking options for graduate and professional students and lower-paid employees.
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Parking is restricted to permit holder and essential workers in campus lots on Friday, Oct. 23. No tailgating or gatherings will be allowed.
Fall round-up of construction information affecting campus transportation routes. This article will be updated as information becomes available.