Parking and Transit During Fall Break
|Date: Monday, September 30th, 2013||Return|
It’s hard to believe but it’s time for Fall Break already! We would like to take this opportunity to remind you of a few parking adjustments during the break.
- As part of an energy savings initiative, lights will be turned off in underutilzied lots. These are:
- Center Street Lot
- Chestnut Street North Lot
- Chestnut Street South Lot
- University Blvd. Lot
If you are leaving your vehicle on campus overnight, please utilize a lot that will remain open overnight.
- Intersession parking will be observed on Thursday, October 3rd – Sunday, October 6th. Click HERE to view Intersession Map.
- All F/S lots will be enforced as usual.
- All parking meters will be enforced.
- Tier 2 Disability permits will be honored in any campus disability space.
- Housing & Commuter lots become All Permit Zones.
- PS2 will be open to any current WKU permit holder.
Topper Transit Schedule:
- No regular Topper Transit service on Thursday and Friday. The late night Purple Line is suspended during Fall Break as well.
- Shopping Shuttle will only operate on Sat. with runs beginning on the hour 4pm through 7pm.
Please contact us at 270-745-2361 or email email@example.com with any questions.
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