Parking Services Update
November 18, 2022
Metered spaces in Lot 34 being converted to pay-to-park using Passport app
Later this semester, Parking Services will start removing the meters in Lot 34, located just south of Morris Library. Metered spaces will be converted to pay-to-park spaces where members of the University community will be able to pay to park with the Passport app.
Individuals using the library will be able to add additional time to their parking using the app, instead of returning to their vehicles to swipe a credit card or feed more quarters into the meter. Once the new zone goes into effect, signage announcing the change will be placed at the entrance to the lot.
The removal of meters, combined with plans to consolidate service spaces and 15-minute spaces, will result in the gain of three additional parking spaces in Lot 34.
This change is a part of Parking Services’ plan, similar to other universities, to gradually transition from hardware-based paying options, such as meters and kiosks, to cloud-based options, such as the Passport app.
Final Exam Week
For Final Exam Week 2022, Parking Services will not charge for parking in Lot 41, the Visitors Center lot on South College Avenue, from 8 p.m.-2 a.m. only, from Dec. 9-16. Anyone parking in Lot 41 outside those hours must pay using the kiosks or through the app.
From Monday, Dec. 19, through Thursday, Dec. 22, while classes are not in session and exams are not being held, students with Red or Resident permits may park in Gray lots. From Dec. 24 through Jan. 1, 2023, weekend parking rules will be in effect during the holiday break when the University is closed. Normal parking regulations resume Monday, Jan. 2, 2023.
To obtain the best price, Winter Session parking permits will be available for sale online beginning Jan. 1, and spring semester permits will be available online beginning Feb. 1.