GUARANTEED PARKING AT THE NEW ALUMNI SQUARE GARAGE! (click here for more)
|Date: Tuesday, May 8th, 2012||Return|
YOU ASKED AND WE LISTENED……GUARANTEED PARKING IS COMING THIS FALL!!
The new Alumni Square Garage is located along 14th Avenue, Kentucky Street, 13th Avenue, and Center Street, on the north side of campus. The Topper Transit Blue Line will have a bus stop on Kentucky Street for the garage.
The Alumni Square Garage permit will cost $200 and will guarantee parking ONLY in the Alumni Square Garage. The Alumni Square Garage permits will also be honored in “All Permit Zones" (AP). "All Permit Zones" are lots in which “all permits” are honored. The lots with “All Permit Zones” are as follows:
- Creason lot
- Russellville Road lot
- A portion of Service Supply lot
- Adams Street lot
- SLF Gravel lot
- Center Street lot
- Campbell Lane
In the evening, the Gated Regents, Gated Hilltop, and Mimosa lots become “All Permits Zones.” The Alumni Square Garage permit will be honored in these lots after 4:30 PM as well.
When the 2012 - 2013 permits go on sale, you can purchase the Alumni Square Garage permit online at Parking and Transportation Services' website (www.wku.edu/transportation) or in person at the Parking and Transportation Services office. We are located at 578 Campbell Lane between the Campbell Lane lot and South Campus, next to the Hattie L. Preston Intramural Sports Complex.
Guaranteed space is limited and offered on a first come, first served basis so keep watching for updates!
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