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Content Tagged with: Transportation and Parking Services Department

New parking structure to begin construction in winter quarter

Parking relief is coming soon to UC Riverside, but the campus will experience some growing pains first. Construction will begin in late January or early February on a $30 million, 1,079-space parking structure that will provide four levels of parking for students, staff, faculty, and visitors. The project will include an additional parking area...

By Imran Ghori |

‘Citations for Donations’ saves lives and parking tickets

A recent blood drive tallied 210 donations, resulting in $10,000 in forgiven parking citation fines.

By Sandra Baltazar Martinez |

Website allows commuters to plan ahead for campus parking

UCR commuters have a new resource to help navigate the campus as it sees increased construction and traffic activity. Transportation Services this fall launched a “My Commute” feature on its website that allows travelers to check for traffic conditions, road closures, parking, and construction activity. A tool expected to be particularly helpful to...

By Imran Ghori |

Parking permit fee increase will pay for 1,200-space parking structure

A $30 million multilevel parking structure that is expected to begin construction early next year will be funded by a parking rate increase that went into effect for 2019-20. The project is planned for the east side of Parking Lot 13 and will provide a net increase of 800 spaces. The project is expected to take a year to complete and open in early...

By Imran Ghori |

How to get around campus during a construction boom

New construction work is in full swing at UC Riverside, and with it come some growing pains. The campus community can continue to see some road, pathway, and other closures accompanying the work in the coming months. Five major projects are already underway with more, including the Student Success Center, kicking off soon in what is one of the...

By Imran Ghori |

Bus ridership increasing among campus community

During the last academic year, 43% of faculty, staff, and students rode the bus at least once.

By Sandra Baltazar Martinez |