Construction Updates

Jonathan Rhodes

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For the fall semester, parking and the Lion Traxx route have been changed to accommodate the construction for new housing near Texas Avenue and where Twelve Oaks was located. To replace the parking behind the Sims Memorial Library that is lost due to construction, the Texas Avenue lot next to the construction site is for upper class commuter parking. The lot where the Vera W. Thomason Health Center was located is now overflow parking for Residential Zones 4 and 7. Beginning at the corner of North Oak Street and ending at North Pine Street is upper class commuter parking. The entire railroad lot is upper class commuter parking, and the parking garage is always available for upper class commuter parking.

Parking Business Manager Cora von Aspern has a few tips to get parking spots on campus this semester.

“Come early to get a parking place,” said Aspern. “North campus freshman parking is overflow for everybody. The parking garage is also a good place. The third and fourth floors are never full throughout the year.”

Aspern hopes students registering their cars for parking will know all rules and regulations for parking.

“Students need to make sure they read the parking rules and regulations,” said Aspern. “When they register their cars, it will say to certify that they have read the rules, and most students don’t. If a student gets a citation, don’t ignore it. Come by the office, and we will do what we can to help them out. That does not mean we are gonna void every one of them.”

 

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