July 13, 2009
Parking Services plans to update the Twitter feed to give students more information about special events, lot maintenance and other activities that may affect parking availability.
Officials looking into partnering with the university in applying for $35 million in federal stimulus funding to build a four-level multimodal transportation complex.
Vehicles will circulate around the campus and local area, following routes that Gotcha has determined to have a high volume of student traffic. Students can flag down one of the Gotcha vehicles to catch a ride.
Students can take advantage of the university’s Bike, Bus and Walk program, which allows students without a single-occupancy vehicle parking permit to apply for 15 free daily hang tags per semester.
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