Parking permit information is effective until Aug. 5.
- Commuter Permit: Valid in all commuter zones. No additional deck access will be granted for southeast or northeast permit holders.
- Perimeter Permit: No change. Valid only in the perimeter zone.
- Residential Permit: No change. Valid in the designated residential zone, the upper Student Recreation surface lot, and the perimeter zone.
- Reserve Permit: Valid in the designated reserve lot or deck, all commuter zones and the perimeter zone.
- Faculty/Staff Green and Reserve Permits: Valid in all commuter and residential zones, and the perimeter zone.
- Perimeter Permit: Valid only in the perimeter zone.
Summer Permit Rates
Student summer semester permits are valid for Interim, Summer I and Summer II.
- Motorcycle $ 50
- Handicap $ 85
- Perimeter $ 85
- Commuter $100
- Residential $125
- Reserved $190
The campus transit service will change for the summer beginning May 6. Crimson Ride buses run from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and 348-RIDE runs from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Monday through Friday with 24-hour service Saturday and Sunday. Only one bus will run on each primary route (Blue, Bronze, Crimson, Gold 1 and 2, Green, and Silver 1 and 2) for a total of eight.
Due to road construction and the closure of Second Avenue between Bryant Drive and University Boulevard, the Crimson route detours. The Crimson route changes for the summer by adding a stop at the trolley stop on Bryant Drive in front of the Bryant Museum and the Moody Stop (also on the Blue route) on University Boulevard.
Due to road construction and the closure of Fourth Street, the Gold 1 and Gold 2 routes detour. The Gold 1 route changes this summer and for the duration of Hewson Hall construction by eliminating the stops at the ten Hoor Parking Deck, and also at Fourth Street and Publix.
The Gold 2 route changes this summer by eliminating the stops at Friedman Hall, UPS and Publix. All other routes remain the same, subject to various campus construction projects.
For more information, call 348-7433.
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